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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C  V8V 1X5  Atten: Rod Cardin 94'9  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABIISHED     1945  Skelly ponders  plans for rebound  by Ian Cobb  After being bomped from lhe  Philippines General Douglas  MacArlhur declared, "I shall  return."  Or, as Ray Skelly said four  days after being lurfed from his  Ottawa job as minister of parliament for the North Island-Powell River, "I'm going to run  again."  Okay, it's not  exactly rib-smash-       ing stuff, bul after  14-years on Parliament Hill, Skelly is  admittedly down  but not out.  "I'm going lo  take a shot at the  nomination the next       time    it    comes  around," he said of the NDP  nomination in the riding.  "It's been a real honor lo represent the place," he said of the  riding.  He said he's going to miss  "the class ef '79," a group of  politicians who have all lasted in  Ottawa together.  Of thc group, he named fellow B.C. NDP-males Jim Fulton, Margaret Mitchell and Ian  Waddell, all ousted in the election.  Though these people have  been removed from their jobs,  their future security isn't one for  people to feel sorry for.  Skelly, 52, will receive in  MP pensions $43,633 in initial  benefits. By the time he is 75,  his payout will amount lo  $1,874,164.  As long as an MP served six  years in office, they're eligible  'Sometimes perks  aren't perks  at all'  -Kay Skelly  for the pension and the younger  Ihey are at the time they're ousted, the better off they are.  For example, the 44-year-old  Jim Fulton will get a payout of  $2.9 million, while the 68-year-  old Margaret Mitchell will only  gel $416,656.  Skelly said he's going to  receive anywhere from $2,200-  2,400 a month and getting the  money is a bonus       to     the     lime,  expenses and  effort put in over  the past 14 years.  "I've watched  people go broke  here," he said of  Ottawa, adding,       "Sometimes perks  aren't perks at all."  Incoming North Island-Powell River MP John Duncan  doesn't want anything to do  with MP pensions and has said  he is going to work toward abolishing them.  Something Skelly said Duncan will soon change his mind  about.  "He will be singing a different tune at the end of it," he  said.  Skelly doesn't plan on reaping his pension windfall just to  sit back and take it easy.  He's planning to badger Premier Mike Harcourt about ferry  service to the Sunshine Coast,  Powell River and Texada Island.  "You pay through the nose  for it te go to VaiKouver.-'-h*'  said, adding he would like to  see, at least, reduced rates for  Coast residents but ultimately,  "it should be free."  Blue heron killed by  Hallowe'en rocket  by Ian Cobb  Many people feel moved upon seeing a Great Blue Heron in flight  or feeding along the shore.  There are people wedged into the concrete sarcophagi of cities,  who see pictures in books and plan vacations around the hopes of  seeing such a creature.  Fortunately, for people on Ihe Sunshine Coast, spotting a Blue  Heron isn't an unusual phenomenon but its still a thrill.  Thanks lo ihe unthinking actions of four local youths, there's one  less such bird making Gibsons Harbour its home.  During the evening of Oct. 25, an unnamed witness spotted four  youths setting off fireworks on the Governmenl Wharf and watched  as one aimed a rocket-projectile at a heron as it flew past the wharf.  The rocket struck the bird and knocked it into the water - killing  it.  "It's jusl so irresponsible," steamed a local woman who stared  the investigation into the killing of the bird after the unnamed witness told her aboul what they saw.  The woman loo wishes to remain anonymous due to fears of  reprisals, but she and another person pointed the police in the direction of the offending youths. "I just put my PI cap on and investigated. It was engineered - it wasn't an accident," she said.  turn to page 7  November 1,1993 Volume 47 Issue -44  Pender  chamber  makes  plea for  police  presence  Now we're talkin' serious hang time  Jason Delaney takes off from the, new steps at Roberts Creek Elementary. He and his friends use the  run to practise their skateboard techniques. Joel Johnstone photo  Staying in touch, shuttling messages through Sechelt tunnel  Andrew Couzens operates 'Tendo Dojo', a computer bulletin  board for Japanese animation enthusiasts.    Nancy Moote photo  by Nancy Moote  While the human beings of  the Sunshine Coast sleep, their  machines come lo life. Hard  drives whir, phones ring and  modems buzz as half a dozen  computer bulletin boards send  off the day's messages to colleagues and pen pals around the  world, shuttling messages  through a computer known as  the "Sechelt Tunnel" to keep  long distance charges down.  From the Mad Mariner in  Pender Harbour to Go Express  in Port Mellon, computer bulletin boards are booming on the  coast. Go Express, which has  averaged 30 to 40 users since it  began in 1987, now has more  than 100 regular users and gets  about 35 calls a day. New  boards have sprung up, catering  to Japanese animation hobbyists  or Amiga owners. And the  school district has set up a computer system linking local  schools to a worldwide educa  tional network.  What are all these people  doing on the bulletin boards?  Pretty much what people do  through other means of communication: they're playing games,  arguing about art or politics,  getting letters and faxes, selling  their cars, swapping the latest  software or cartoons, maybe  even falling in love with people  they've never seen. It might be  described as an electronic village square - but one that  includes people from every part  of the world, and where it's easy  to remain anonymous.  Computer bulletin boards are  definitely a youth culture.  Andrew Couzens, who is in  11th grade at Elphinstone Secondary School, has been  immersed in the world of computer bulletin boards for three  years. This year he established  his own board, the Tendo Dojo,  for people who share his interest  in Japanese cartoons.  Couzens estimates that only  about half of bulletin board  users are adults. "You wouldn't  believe how young some of the  people are," he said, describing  one popular network created  and run by an 11 -year-old.  Games are the big attraction  for many bulletin board users,  and Couzens is excited about  the emergence of "inter-bbs"  games where hundreds of players participate. Each night,  bulletin boards around the world  exchange notes on the previous  day's action, and players wake  up to a whole new game.  "There's a lot more competition  and it's a lot more tun,"  Couzens says. "Playing against  local people, the novelty wean  offafterawhile."  A knowledge of human  nature could have predicted that  the upsurge in home-based bbs  systems would bring some  problems.  turn to page 8  by Roxanne Gregory  Members of Ihe Pender Harbour Chamber of commerce are  hoping for improved policing  in their community.  They say anything is better  lhan what they now have.  And, fortunately the police  seem receptive.  Chamber member, David  Orr thinks the establishment of  a combination storefront policing operation/community referral centre will solve Pender's  policing problems.  The concept stems from  meetings between members of  chamber, the RCMP, MLA  Gordon Wilson and SCRD  directors  "Initially we would be looking at having police personnel  here two half days a week, with  volunteer staffing during the  rest of Ihe time. Volunteers will  be put through a training program sponsored by the Attorney General's Ministry," said  Orr.  Orr said he hopes the volunteers will be able to offer referrals for people who may not  know where to get services. He  is also hoping the storefront  will be able to house a victim's  assistance counsellor one day a  week.  "The RCMP are quite supportive of the idea and it will  provide the community greater  continuity in police services to  have personnel who are familiar with the people and the  area." Orr said,  "We think we will be able to  gain some funding from the  Attorney General's ministry,  but we also need support from  the community. We need a  storefront for starters," said  Orr.  He added that Storefront  policing isn't a new idea.  " It's been tried in many  other places and has been very  successful." Oit said.  Orr noted that storefront law  enforcement also gives police  the opportunity to have closer  contact with a community.  Right now, whether it's an  accident or a break-in, it can  take the RCMP between 20  minutes to an hour to respond  lo Ihe Pender Harbour-Egmont  area from their base in Sechelt.  Orr is planning a direct  mailing campaign within the  area as well as community  information sessions.  He thinks, if everything goes  ���.monthly.s the establishment of  a slorefronl policing operation  might become a reality before  thc May 24 long weekend.  __^_t_mm_t___m Coast News, November 1, 1993  CHRISTMAS  PORTRAITS  JUNE BOE  886-4564  SuS' Q'S  Billiards  <&"  7�� North Road, Qlbtont .84M131  Monday-Thursday 11*11 ��� Friday - Salurday 11*12" Sunday 12*5  WednesdaysladiesDiscount 5pm-Itpm  Thursdays Senior's Discount II am-Ipm  ���   Juke   Box   ���   H elreshmonls   a   F o o a b a I   ;  Lord Jim's  Resort  *Resortg*VJ?  ��� 0"  Olc's Clove Rd.just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  New Winter Hours  Restaurant: Fri. 6 ��� 9 PM, Sat. & Sun. 8-2&6-9PM  Office Hours: 8*4 Daily  We are accepting Chmlmus Party booking notv!  Ask aboul our special room rates,   I'or suggested menus an! more information, coll..   Reservations Requested  885-7038  IN APPRECIATION  Wc wish to express our heartfelt appreciation to the  Sechelt Indian Band for their glowing tribute to Bev. 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He wants to protect the district's  green space rather than trying to compete  with Ihe lower mainland lo attract industry.  Sechelt is facing a critical growth period,  he believes, and the district needs better planning based on a long-term vision rather than  casually responding to the lifestyle of longtime residents.  Wilson has been a Sechelt councillor for  six years, and he's been involved in municipal politics since 1966 when he was first  elected as alderman for Cranbrook.  While on Sechell council, Wilson has  served as chair for the planning and public  works committees and as regional director  and he led the downtown revitalization project.  If the referendum to build a new library  and municipal hall passes, Wilson says, "that  will establish the tone for Ihe type of development to take place on Block 7." But he's  happy to let the people decide that issue  directly.  He wants to see the new RCMP station  located downtown, but not on Block 7.  Wilson, a retired B.C. Telephone technician who moved to Sechelt eight years ago,  has been active in community groups including the salmon enhancement society and  men's curling club.  Incumbent councillor Mike Shanks thinks  Sechell has a better chance of maintaining its  ambience by assisting development rather than  fighting it  In his work appraising property values, Shanks  has been a frequent visitor to the Coast since  1969. He moved to Weil Sechelt in I97S and wu  elected lo council in 1986.  Better planning is high on Shanks' list of  things to do. "We still have not been able to  address the variety of housing density needed"  and the town needs to expand its commercial and  industrial bate. Sechelt also needs to work in cooperation with the Indian Band in developing  Wilson Creek, he said.  Recreation is another priority. Sechelt isn't  meeting the recreation needs of its young people,  he said, and "part of the problem Is a retirement  population that doesn't want to fork out for those  needs."  The town should consider seriously subdividing Block 7 and selling it as one-acre lots, he said,  "to maximize the money you can get out of the  property,"  candldato tor councillor Joyco kolibas  Summing up her 16 years on  Sechlet Council, including a term  as mayor from 1983 to 1986,  Joyce Kolibas says she's always  had the same stand. "All I was  interested in was how we spread  the taxes around."  Kolibas has been living on the  Sunshine Coast since 1973, and  has been active in numerous  volunteer organizations including  the Girl Guides, remedial teach  ing, and the library.  The main reason Kolibas is  running for re-election this time  is to see the sewer expansion  completed. "I don't blame people  who want to develop, but we  can't allow them to (before the  sewer capacity is available)," she  said. "Development is going to  come whether we want it or not,  but the municipality has to worry  about how to service them."  Kolibas hopes the referendum  to put build a new library and  municipal hall on Block 7 will  pass. "The reason we bought that  lot in the first place was for a  municipal complex," she said.  As for the new RCMP office,  Kolibas believes it would cost  too much to build it downtown.  "I don't see why they can't be  just as effective out on Field  Road."  candidate tor councillor rosina gfiss  Rosina Giles was elected to  Sechelt council in a by-election  last year and says there is still a  lot she would like to accomplish  in office.  She has a good deal of previous administration and council  experience and says she has a  vision for Sechelt's future.  She says she has a problem  with the way council meetings  are now run, saying she often  spends up to 20 hours a week  and says things could be streamlined.  She says council needs to  work harder to be a team and  should spend more time thinking  through the problems facing the  municipality.   ���  Giles says she is in favour of  the proposed municipal hall and  library and she defends the  municipality's decision have a  colour rendering made of the  propose building. "We had to  have something to show the  people," she says.  Giles says would like to see  the municipality make some  form profit from Block 7.  Giles says Sechelt needs to  prepare for the future, as devel-  * opment can only increase, and  more attention needs to be paid  to sewer, road and paiks.  A part-time resident of Ihe Sunshine Coast  since 1970, Duncan Fraser moved to West  Sechelt permanently in 1986,  Formetly president of a plastics company  employing JO people, Fraser is now a counselor  and partner with Edgewater Counselling.  He teachei communication skills and personal  iJevetopmentandnuBmanageirient training  woikshops for the Federal Business Development  Bank and Ihe Sunshine Coast Business Development Center.  Fraser ia chair of the Sunshine Coast Economic Development Committee. This is his first time  running for political office.  Fraser says his strong business background,  mixed with a humanistic approach to life will  help with the job of councillor if elected.  He also sayi he is aware of the tremendous  growth predicted for Sechelt and would like to do  something about it  He is also a strong believer in parks and walking paths. "We need more of them,"he says.  candklata tor councillor Ion potty  Len Polly is 38 yeais old and  the only non- resident running in  the election.  He says he is a pioperty  owner and has watched Sechelt  grow over the last 13 years.  "My platform is based on  responsibility and accountability  by the municipality." Polly says.  He takes credit for halting the  West Porpoise Bay sewer project  last month after realizing things  weren't right.  "1 have since found people of  my mind," he says,"who were  unhappy with the way the municipality dealt with the situation...  that's when 1 decided to run."  Polly said he believes the  current Sechelt council is too  divided to accomplish anything  and he says if elected he would  encourage public input in all  municipal undertakings.  "I would like to implement  policies and bylaws (giving the  people) that say."  Polly also says the municipality doesn't have the infrastructure  to deal with expected growth and  feels he could do something  about that. "Quite frankly, the situation right now is quite scary."  candidate tor councillor raw ramnal  Forty-seven year-old Ray  Rempel is a long time resident  of Sechelt and the meat department manager of Clayton's  Heritage Market.  This is his first foray into  politics but he says the time is  right.  "It's about time I put something back into the community,"  he says.  Rempel says controlling  Sechelt's development is of  prime concern to him.  Also of concern is finding a  new home for the RCMP.  "In some ways I think that is  more important than building a  new municipal hall," he says.  Rempel says he would like to  see Ihe municipality take a more  focused approach to government  and believes he has the manage  ment background to encourage  that goal.  As for block seven, Rempel  says Sechelt needs lo form a  concrete plan of action for Ihe  municipal property, which could  include a municipal hall and  court house.  "The people want something  done about bock seven," He  said, adding that it is being  wasted at the moment.  Sechelt needs a game plan, says construction  contractor and former professional skier Mike Sheehan. "If we don't have any goals, we're not going to  meet them." He wants to be part of a council lhat  works together to "get on with the job rather than  petty in-house fighting."  Sheehan moved to Sechelt 10 yean ago, ending a  long ski career which included coaching national  level skiers and teaching ski instructors in Canada  and Europe. He now does residential construction  and built the Greenecourt senior's residence in  Sechelt This is Sheehan's first foray Into local poli-  tics,altha-aughhesatonu��Westft)itpoiaeBayOCP  Committee. The seven distinct areas of Sechelt  ouUinedintheOCPare''sortofaprinMU*ythingin  my campaign," he said.  Recreation, especially far teenagers, is another  priority for Sheehan. For example, he thinks it's  wrong thalttat arena is usually closed on school  holidays. "We've got to realise the teenagers an a  special breed of animal and need some special attention," he said. Coast News, November 1, 1993  sechelt municipal elections  candldato tor mayor earl basso  Good administration is Earl Basse's goal  if he is elected mayor of Sechelt. While a  hard infrastructure of roads, water and sewers is vital for the coming surge of growth in  Sechelt, "above all we need the administrative infrastructure of proper goals, policies  and procedures."  Basse is a retired RCMP Inspector, Certified Management Accountant, and former  manager of investigations at the Vancouver  Stock Exchange.  He moved to Sechelt in 1990 and runs an  an accounting practice from his home in  West Porpoise Bay.  He sees the region's unprecedented popu  lation growth as a prime issue for Sechelt. A  recreation centre is another high priority, he  said, and the town should combine forces  with the Indian Band, Regional District, and  industry to build one.  Basse isn't sure whether the best use for  Block 7 would be as a "government house"  including federal and provincial offices, or  as revenue producing commercial property.  However, "I'm disappointed nothing's being  done with il," he said.  And though he's undecided as to the ideal  location for the new RCMP office, he's  convinced it would be folly to put the Mounties out on Field Road in Wilson Creek,  candidate htr councillor Jack van brabant  Jack Van Brabant, owner of  Ihe Tidal gutters and Fascia  contracting company, has lived  on the Sunshine Coast for 16  years.  He is a director of the West  Sechelt Community Association, a member of the Chamber  of Commerce, and active in  minor hockey.  He ran for council unsuccessfully in the by-election two  years ago.  Van Brabant says recreation  is of prime importance to him.  He says he would like to see a  recreation commission established for the entire Coast.  Van Brabant says he would  like to see further development  of Ihe Tetrahedron ski area and  the new Sechelt golf course.  He would also like lo see  road access from West Sechelt  to the arenas  He says the is a serious need  for road improvement and is  calling for an alternative road lo  be build from Roberts Creek lo  Sechell, which would provide  , access to new subdivisions.  Van Brabant says he is willing to work with council as a  unit to realize his goals.  candldato tor councillor don raw  West Sechelt Community Association president  Don Rose belives Sechelt needs to actively seek  industrial and commercial growth by establishing a  development department.  Rose moved to Sechlet six years ago when he  retired from a management position with Molson in  West Vancouver.  He believes his "solid business experience"  would bring teamwork to Sechelt Council rather  than confrontation. Rose has served as president of  Celebration Days, trustee for the fire protection  district, and OCP committee member. He ran for  council twice before, unsuccessfully.  Rose believes in continued planned growth for  Sechelt, using the OCP process to ensure each of the  distict's seven communities keeps its character. He  would like to see a combined city hall, library and  police station in the heart of Sechelt.  With the ambulance and fire departments downtown, he said, "for gosh sakes, why go and stick the  police station out on Field Road?"  Voters will have the final say on Block 7, Rose  said, but be believes it should be bringing in revenue  for the town.  candldato tor councillor bob macfariane  East Porpoise Bay resident  Bob McFarlane says he never  considered himself a political  person until his neighborhood  was disrupted by road work. A  lot of people were upset that the  town hadn't consulted them first,  McFarlane said, and that encouraged him to run for council to  make sure the people will have a  voice in decisions through processes like the Official Community Plan "I just felt I was being  locked out of the process," he  said. "The people of Sechelt  should have more input and be  listened to more."  MCFai lane, a carpenter, has  lived in Sechlet for IS years. The  recent uproar over sewer lines i  and pump stations on the beach  is an example where residents  should have been consulted   ���  beforehand, he said, adding that  he would like to see the lines  moved upland.  Other priorities are green  space and coast-wide cooperation on parks and recreation.  Th RCMP need a downtown  presence, he said, and the money  which would be necessary to turn  the forestry office on Field Road  into a police station could be  better spent elsewhere.  Building a new municipal hall <  is'not a priority for him. "With  what we've got now we can  make do for a while," he said.  candldato tor councillor Stan dlxon  (Photogragh unavailable)  Stan Dixon, former chief of  the Sechell Indian Band, hopes to  bring a spirit of sharing and  working together to Sechelt  Council. As well, he believes his  extensive experience working  wilh government bureaucracies  will be a plus.  Managed growth of Sechelt's  infrastructure is a priority for  Dison, and he wants to see a  really good sewer system for Ihe  entire district.  Dixon has 18 years of experience on the band council and was  chief from 1983 lo 1987. He was  Ihe band's representative on the  SCRD for three years and  chaired the parks board. He  presided over the band's achievement of self-government in 1986,  and obtained provincial funding  for the band's administrative  complex on Highway 101.  Dixon runs a trucking company, publishes the native affairs  newspaper Kahtou, owns a fitness centre and works as a consultant, organizing workshops  and seminars for the federal and  provincial governments. He has  served on numerous advisory  bodies, worked closely with the  pro-forestry Share B.C. group,  was a founding board member of  the B.C. Round Table and currently represents the Sunshine  Coast on the Howe Sound  Round Table.  MOW OPEN SUNDAYS  11AM-4PM  Book your  appointment  with any of our  professional stylists  DENISE ��� LOIS ���  SHERRY ��� JEANNIE ���  STACEY  Teens 10% off, bring a friend  and get 15% off  (on all hair services)  Airdesign-**  School Rd & Gowei Pt Rd ��� 886-3916  COMING IN  NOVEMBER...  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On one hand this fact demonstrates that a great many  people are unhappy with the way things are being run in  this ever growing District and are ready to fight for a  change.  On the other hand, the number of candidates could be  viewed as evidence that politics in Sechelt may not yet  be ready for change.  One of the most chronic problems of Sechelt's political scene is the maverick mentality of those who run. It  would seem from Wednesday's all-candidates meeting  at Rockwood that Sechelt's office seeking hopefuls are  following this familiar path.  There was a feeling of independence emanating from  the aspiring 13. We already know the incumbents have a  hard time agreeing on municipal issues and now many  of the newcomers seem to be running based on personal  grievances. None of those other than the incumbents  have even attended Sechelt council meetings with any  regularity in the past three years.  Sure, many of them have materialized occasionally  with their personal concerns and issues, but they've  vanished once these concerns were addressed. Now they  believe they should be trusted with the welfare of the  entire municipality.  What is unfortunate here is that municipal politics has  no tempering force. All politicians by their very natures  have thick skins and globe-sized egos. In higher levels  of government, however, candidates have those egos  checked by their respective parties, which provide them  with a platform. This means it is possible to elect a  group of people who subscribe to the same philosophies. In municipal politics, we are stuck with set-in-  their-ways "individuals."  It's like trying to hook a herd of unruly moose to  Santa's sleigh.  "It's not all doom and gloom, though. There are  decent, dedicated candidates in the herd, idealists who  truly believe Sechelt can be a better place to live, and in  watching one all-candidates meeting, they can almost be  recognized. But it's up to residents to actually identify  them, to sift the wheat from the chaff, as it were and  install a new kind of government in Sechelt.  The municipal elections will be held Nov. 20, less  than a month away and the time has come to get out and  get involved. Watch the candidates in action at every  opportunity, ask them questions andlisten to their  answers. Put them on the spot and weigh their responses.  ���And above all vote.  Things can be changed for the better, but first a real,  heartfelt effort must be made.  Dousing council for  nearsightedness  RE: 'School Expansion postpones Gibsons sprinkling bylaw'  The above article in your Oct.  25 issue is an indication of poor  management by both the school  board and Gibsons council, one  of 'penny wise/pound foolish'.  The council should not be  pressured to delay the sprinkler  bylaw by the school board. In  addition, the school board has  not done its homework and is  not looking after the taxpayers it  represents, or the students and  teachers.  The increased projected cost,  estimated at $306,000, is a drop  in the bucket when added to a $2  million project. Sprinklers  should have been budgeted for  in the plan and the fact that they  were not was a poor architectural decision. Building codes  are minimum requirements only.  It is a fallacy to compare olde/#  schools with the newer high cosl  buildings. Present school plans  in the province recommend  sprinklers due to the heavy losses incurred in the past There is  no insurance lo cover a school  loss, it is a direct cost to the taxpayer.  The opinions of the architect  and his consultant do not coincide with that of the Fire Commissioner's office, the National  Fire Protection Association, nor  any reputable insurance consultant, such as Factory Mutual.  Sprinklers not only reduce water  demand, they decrease the need  for high tech and high priced  Are suppression equipment, as  well as paid firefighters within  the district, which would easily  and quickly over-ride the  $306,000.  Please refer to your July 4,  1973 edition of the Coast News  re Fire at Elphinstone School  and compare the cost to a possible three or four sprinkler heads  activating in a room to put a fire  out. Estimated replacement cost  at that time was $1.5 million.  Having been involved in that  fire, I would not jeopardize anyone's life to save the building  again, let it burn if sprinklers aie  not installed,  C. MAHLMAN  Gibsons Volunteer  Firefighter (36 years)  All candidates  meeting helpful  Many thanks to the organiz-  ! ers and participants of the All  Candidates meeting on Oct. 27.  The evening was informative  and entertaining.  I have a couple of questions  regarding inconsistencies that  surfaced and were not  addressed. First of all, there is  the matter of one government.  The way I heard it, every one of  the candidates were in favour of  one government. Some  expressed reservations. I believe  if you were to translate Bob  Wilson's comments it would  sound something like "Over my  dead body."  Whatever the comment,  every one of the candidates  (except Stan Dixon, who was  not in attendance) are now on  record as being in favour of one  government. If we are to take  these comments as being  authentic, why then are we  being asked to fork out $1.7 million for a new municipal hall?  Another inconsistency surfaced from Don Rose's opening  remarks where he in one breath  tells us that he will work toward  a more efficient government and  is against duplication of ser-  We welcome letters to the editor on matters ot public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coaet New*  Box460  Qlbsons- B.C.  V0N1V0  vices.  In the next breath he  announced that he would like to  establish a district development  department to address economic  development in Sechelt. Don, is  this in addition to the proposed  economic development commission that our chamber will  undertake using monies raised  by business licences? Is your  development department also in  addition to the already existing  regional district economic development commission? This is not  duplication of service, it is triplicating it.  All of the candidates  expressed the required rhetoric  on finding solutions to our community's problems, but it was  only Mike Sheehan's voice that  sounded over the chuckles and  guffaws that followed the suggestion that council look at composting toilets as part of a solution to our sewage problem.  Mike, you have my vote.  We need a council that is  open to finding solutions, wherever those solutions might be.  I look forward to hearing  more from Bob McFarlane. And  I won't rule out Len Polly. Both  might bring a refreshing perspective to the often parochial  vision held by council.  I hope that the questions I  have raised will be addressed in  future meetings. I also hope that  certain candidates will drop their  cute political tricks and give  direct and honest replies to all  the questions that come up.  BEVERLY TANCHAK  Sechelt  Talking Canada's pulse following the conservative demise  My, but we don't do things by halves in this  Canada of ours.  We don't just mildly disapprove of rejected  governments, we annihilate them.  Did anyone foresee the extent of the rejection  we were to lay on the Conservatives in the October  election? Pundits mused in their darker prognostications that the Tories would need an alliance with  the Reform Party to form the official opposition.  But just two seats for the party that first had the  vision of a Canadian nation from the Atlantic to  the Pacific? Astonishing.  It's just about 100 years since Canada's first  Prime Minister died and it is obvious that old  builder of consensus and coalition had much to  teach his Conservative heirs.  Unfortunately for his party, those who inherited  the legacy of John A. Macdonald, from Borden  through Diefenbaker, Mulroney, to Campbell, have  been unable to match the pragmatic wiles of their  first federal leader.  A bit unfair, perhaps, to lump Kim Campbell on  to the end of the line-up of ineffectual national  leaders the Tories have produced in the 20th Century. She inherited a party which had been brought  to an historically low ebb by the cynicism of her  predecessor.  It would have been a miracle had she survived  to set her own stamp on the party of the right in  Canada.  Mulroney was certainly wily enough, but the  disaster which has befallen the Progressive Con-  musings  servatives must be laid squarely at Brian's door.  He brought Lucien Bouchard into his cabinet  knowing the leader of the Bloc Quebecois was a  separatiste.  He succeeded in winning an election last time  by pulling a political blanket over the French  Canadian separatistes who won him Quebec and  those voters of English Canada least sympathetic  to French Canadian aspirations.  The blanket hu been torn from the bed with a  vengeance.  It may be a healthy thing the illusion that was  the Mulroney Tory party has been so graphically  destroyed. With the right wing Reform Party and  the Bloc Quebecois now forming the main opposition to the renascent Liberals, we have a truer picture of Canada at the end of the century than the  Mulroney alliance allowed us.  The House of Commons, it would appear, is to  have 178 Liberal MPs, 54 separatistes of the Bloc  Quebecois, 52 largely western Reform MPs, a  john burnside  rump of nine New Democrats and two surviving  Tories. Fair enough. Hut's who we are in the mid-  1990s.  I don't find this too upsetting. There are enough  not in government to holler loud and long if the  new Liberal government gets too crassly dishonest.  By the same token, the party that has long considered itself the natural governing party in this country has a hefty majority and no one to blame but  itself if it can't do better than the Mulroney-Camp-  bell Tories.  The prime minister-elect has not been an  impressive figure in the past few years, but Jean  Chretien was, year in and year out, the best cabinet  minister in the Trudeau years. However unimpressive in opposition, Chretien has been pragmatic  and effective in government. May he be so again is  surely a heartfelt wish that most Canadians will  share.  That the official opposition is separatiste is no  great matter; the official opposition is largely a  powerless and meaningless designation useful in  offering the view of a government in waiting. The  Bloc Quebecois is not that and doesn't want to be.  But the Reform Party is no more persuasive than  the separatistes as a future government of Canada.  If Preston Manning and his rarely merry men  ever get to be a federal government it will be of a  federation very unlike the one most of us hope will  hang together.  The Reformers are as big a threat to a recognizable Canada as the Bloc Quebecois.  In effect we have a federalist government and  two opposition parties in favour of splintering the  country. Jean Chretien, once described by a political wag as looking like 'the driver of the getaway  car', gets his chance to save the country. He might  well do it, and wouldn't that be nice for him and  for all of us who would not have this country dismembered.  The New Democrats have survived, but it  scarcely seems to matter. But for Chretien and the  Liberals Ihe country might well have been lost and  the Canadian socialists seem irrelevant Better thai  those who claim to be the philosophic heirs of J.S.  Woodsworth should stick to being the conscience  of the nation, acknowledging that their 30 year old  battle to be electable has gone nowhere.  Be of good cheer, Canada, say I. The country  has seen its way past vituperative rumps in opposition before this. All may yet be well, and little  could be worse than the Mulroney years we seem  to have survived, more or less.  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CmmUe-egm   AnnaThomaan  -nemam SaaaConnoa  JanaSaayd, lanCosb  Umagm      PatTripp  ^MtlS,i'i'  Vdmrevmmtmle)r.AWAU>m1rlrWm.m>n_,^m |  Tha SumMna Coast Nam k protactad by copyrlghl  and raproductton of any put of It by any rraaara k  proh-Mtad unlaw parmkrion In aviWn| k aVn laoirad  from Claanotd Praia ud, hold-* of tha copyrijht  MM  mm opinion  Recalling with fondness the  truth of an Ottawa winter  A long time member of parliament who was defeated in our  last election was asked on radio  what she was going to miss most  about not going lo Ottawa and  she said the winter. It was kind  of a surprising reply. Nobody in  Ihe town mentions it much but  Ihere is one of the champion  dumps of snow on Ottawa and  some pretty good blizzards,  things probably unknown to  Queen Victoria when she picked  it, but what you've gol is a capital with a real uncompromising  type winter.  The snow in Ihe Ottawa winter, and there's usually a lot of  il, is not any kind of slushy stuff.  It crunches authentically like  any Winnipeg snow and the  town, however capital city, runs  out of its snow clearing budget  around lhe middle of February. I  haven't spent a winter there  since ihe 40s and 50s but I  expect it must be still much the  same. You could encounter ministers of the crown crunching  along, wearing toques and snow  boots and good ruddy faces.  There's something particularly  healthy about it all. Whatever  the rest of the country might  think of its central politics, if  you were there in the winter  there was always this touch of  energy and optimism in the air.  This year they're going to  have a lot of altogether new people checking in to wherever they  can find lo live and il will be  just about al the beginning of the  Ottawa winter. One wonders.  They will be Reformers from  British Columbia many of them,  stout fellows with post-war  RCAF records and so forth, but  how will they make it, deficit  apart, with Ihe Ottawa winter.  I had been Ihere for two or  three days off and on during the  war and came intending to stay  around New Year's of 45 and  46,uSDme., friends who .were  in a nutshell  working in production at Ihe  film board had rather an odd  place oul along the river. It had  apparently been at one time a  rowing club bul il had acquired  a kind of murky, even sinister,  reputation during Ihe war. People gossiped lhat German spies  had operaled out of it.  German spies were, or had  been a reality. I remembered a  winter in Gander, Newfoundland when our anti-submarine  squadron was grounded for two  or three days due to an extra  heavy snow and blow storm and  we could not keep the runways  cleared.  After the first day Lord Haw-  Haw, Ihe English renegade  broadcaster from Berlin, who  was later hanged, was laughing  at us on the air for not being  able to to engage because of a  snow storm. So far as I know we  never found out how he got this  information.  Anyway my friends' boat  club, spy nest or not, certainly  had some odd Ihings about it,  though it could be made cozy in  the winter. You came in to a  large sort of hallway which had,  facing you all along one wall a  Chinese red painled bar. On  either side, right and lefl, it  opened into identical large  square rooms, one usually a living room the olher a dining  room. At the end of each there  was a fireplace and over each  fireplace there was a large  moose head, so that these moos-  es stared each other in the eye  throughout the whole place.  stuart nutter  Through the winter, wilh  both fireplaces going, il could be  nonetheless quite cheery. The  bar became a bil of a problem.  There were basically four people  from production living there,  young beginning filmmaker  mostly from the west. They  thought this should be easy  enough. You just had to have a  school's exercise book back  there and you entered in what  you had brought, and what you  and your friends entered in what  you had brought and what you  ad your specific friends had  drunk, and sometime, after  breakfast at the end of the  monlh, everyone would simply  sit down and tot it up. This did  not work out. As far as I remember people ended up with their  various stocks under their bunks.  The production end of the  film board was at that time  crammed into an old mill on the  river. Mind you, it was in a good  area. The prime minister on Sussex Drive was on its left, the  governor general was just up the  street and the nearest neighbour  was the French embassy. But it  was an almost total hugger-mugger of mostly young people from  all over, mostly talented enough  but involved in something which  was at that time to a large degree  still experimental.  The Ottawa winters around  Ihe old mill I do remember and  the bustle and joie de vivre within. It would be nice to think that  the old winter there might still  do something to inch a little iron  into the souls.  hm  lettors  Thanks for hard  work, effort  As a long standing member  of the SPCA 1 would like to  thank Leanore, Sheila, Violet,  Louise, Yvonne and Frances for  all their hard work, caring and  dedication.  I am really sorry they had to  resign. They will be missed  greatly.  C. LONG  Gibsons  .Sechelt library-  seeks support  The Sechelt Public Library is  seeking a new home and lo this  end the District of Sechell has  agreed to hold a referendum on  Nov. 20 to authorize the borrowing of $1.25 million to construct and furnish this new facility to house the library and the  Helen Dawe archives. I would  urge all voters in Ihe district of  Sechelt to please gel out and  vote yes in the referendum.  The board of trustees of the  library has investigated all other  options for locations for Ihe  library and there is nothing  available that would suil Ihe  structural requirements (books  are extremely heavy), access  (parking and handicap access  are both a must), sufficient floor  space (6,000 square feet as a  minimum), etc.  Studies have shown that  library usage increases considerably when located in or near  shopping centres and consequently our first choice of locations is on Block 7 in downtown  Sechelt, across from the Sechelt  elementary school playing field  and close lo the shopping centre. If the municipality deems  that this site is not suitable, we  would be willing to look at  other vacant sites as well.  I would ask all readers to  stop by the current library on  Trail Avenue and look at the  artist's renderings of our new  home, ask questions of the  library staff about the new  plans, or feel free to contact this  writer at 885-9581 lo answer  any of your questions on the  proposal,  ROBERT W.ALLEN,  Chairman  Sechelt Public Library  Association  Calling for fair  resolutions  What can be done to resolve  the Clayoquot issues in a peaceful, just and fair way?  It is becoming quite clear  thai the six month old Clayoquot Compromise is not working. Every day we see more and  more negative consequences  flowing oul of policy lo allow  the logging of the ancient old  growth rain forests.  These harmful consequences  can no longer be ignored.  In our Canadian democracy  there is room for amnesty and  court proceedings lo be stayed.  Is there an alternative to this  unworkable and costly Compromise?  "Yes!" The Premier has the  power lo impose a moratorium  on the logging of the irreplaceable old growth forests while he  negotiates with the new Prime  Minister and Minister of the  Environment about giving Clayoquot Sound National Park status, similar to Banff National  Park. The Premier and the federal government could negotiate  fair compensation agreements  which would make up for lost'  wages, profits and jobs.  Replacement jobs could be created by establishing new industries in British Columbia. The  money is there. The funds could  come from the useless $5 billion  helicopter budget.  Premier Harcourt's toll free  phone number is 1-800-663-  7867, when the operator  answers, ask him/her to please  transfer your call to 387-1715.  His fax number is 387-0087 and  address The Parliament Buildings, Victoria, BC V8V 1X4.  The Prime Minister's address  is Office of the Prime Minister,  House of Commons, Ottawa,  Canada Kl A 0A2.  We Canadians have much to  gain by peacefully resolving the  Clayoquot Sound issues in a  fair, humane and jusl manner.  ARNET TUFFS  Sechelt  Fall Sale  November 1st-15th  ���YI-DIAI  OPTICAL  Sunnycrest Mall ,|>tore 886*8871  *   ^  <%  Save $5000  ON GLASSES  Complete Purchase  Frame & Lenses  Save $30����  ON ANY CONTACT LENS  Purchase Softs, Toric,  RGP Bifocals  Call for appt. on C.L  Coast News, November 1, 1993 5  Wl  Objection  Others  Q  Others  Trail Bay Mail. 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Though growth is going to  continue, Coles says he doesn't  want to see the town gel too big  because further growth will  mean having to pay for policing  and having to find more of a  land-base for the town.  Coles says if elected he would  woik toward improving recreation facilities.  "The present council has no  interest in recreation - just look at  their physiques! The healthier  life style you've got, the healthier people you're going to have."  Some other items of business  Coles would tackle if he were  elected mayor would be to  address town spending, finish  the Gibsons by-pass, offer more  support to smaller groups and  clubs and he would interact with  the population more.  Incumbent mayor of Gibsons Eric Small says he has the  time and dedication required to  continue as mayor.  He says he's available to put  in Ihe 20- 23 hours a week  demanded by tbe office and  he's running for it-election  based on a record he says  speaks for itself.  Small retired to Gibsons  with bis wife after 40 years in  the banking industry and has  been involved in community  woik from Boy Scouts to the  chamber of commerce to various professional organizations.  Charles John Weatherill. 44, is the  only new peison vying for a council seat.  He says he entered the race in hopes  of providing represention he feels is  lacking with the current council  Weatherill grew up in the Gibsons  area and graduated fiom Elphinstone  Secondary School in 1968. He worked  as a marine engineer and is now self  employed as a machinist-fitter.  He's keen on the development of a  highway on Crown land from Langdale  to Sechelt, noting extra expediency and  the added safety features of such a road  because of St. Mary's Hospital being in  Sechelt  As for the future of Gibsons, Weatherill cautions, "If we're not careful we're  going to destroy the ambiance of the  town." he said,  Councillor Walter Bradshaw, 64, has  let his name stand to run in the Nov. 20  municipal election because be believes  his work isn't complete.  "I've got tbe time to offer and I've  got three years experience and I'd like to  continue on and finish some of the projects we've started," he says.  Bradshaw, a 22-year Gibsons resident  is a retired forest industry employee. He  says he sees Gibsons heading toward  inevitable growth and that will bring  challenges on all fronts.  "We have to plan for it and be able to  handle it when it gets here. We have to  have plans in effect, ie sewage and nave  the water up and roads organized ahead,"  he says, adding that the Official Community Plan now being established is the  "plan of where we are heading."  Councillor Ted Hume is no stranger  to politics in Gibsons.  Re-elected 18 months ago to council in a by-election, Hume returned to  office after serving numerous two-year  teims in the '70s.  He says he's seeking re-election  "Because I enjoy it. I enjoy council...I  care for my hometown."  Hume says he's for one government  on the Sunshine Coast and would like  to see more movement in that area.  A control systems engineer and  construction worker when he's not  working on council, Hume, 57, said, "I  don't want to see Gibsons become a  Carmel of the north. There's more than  jusl vacationers and retired people  here. There's still a lot of fishermen  and loggers and tuggers, too."  He says his firel three year  term in office was a successful  one, citing the cooperative  work of elected and employed  people working lo provide "fair  and approachable government"  Small says he believes Gibsons future is "linked to  tourism and therefore maintaining the magnificanl harbour is a  must."  The historic mix of commercial and residential uses for the  harbour should be encouraged,  he says, "so we can maintain  Ihe ambiance that brought us  here."  An interest in the town and in how  it's run is is why councillor Ed Steeves  back for re-election.  Steeves, 57, arrived in Gibsons in  1988 from Moncton, NB, where he  served four terms as a town councillor.  Steeves hopes to be re-elected so he  can continue woiking on projects started during the past three years.  He cited the recreation committee  "in its infancy" and Ihe ongoing water  and sewer talks.  "It's been veiy interesting and challenging,'' said the retired chiropractor of  his term in office.  As for what he would like to accomplish in another three-year term. Steeves  said he has "no specific goals other than  to handle the ongoing business of  town."  The expansion of recreational services  is a must to councillor John McNevin.  A steam-finer/construction worker by  trade, McNevin, 63, is heading toward  semi-retirement and is looking forward to  spending more time on council duties  than he has during his first term as a  town servant  Aiming for another term in office is a  must, he said, citing a list of things he  would like to see accomplished.  "We've got to look more at parks and  places for people to walk and more recreation for youths and seniors," he said,  adding, "The mall isn't a recreation centre."  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Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our '*kookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Mondays tc Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kilchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvlntf Landing Pub ��� Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm: Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard &  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy'i RNtturint - Lunch and dinner specials eveiy day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy s great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Hiron Inn - located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducVs and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 im- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chil Phlllppt Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Fid.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/5 days a  week. Closed Tues. 4r.Wed.EI Nino -  Dine in the finest ocean view  restaurant in Gibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamM desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Effective Oct. 1, closed Tuesdays.  Open Wed-Mon for dinner and  Tnurs-Mon for lunch. Lunch  hours: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Hill-Mi Family Raataurant Located al  Seaview Place, Highway 101. Featuring relaxed fine evening dining  wilh special emphasis on fresh  seafoods, innovative local cuisine  and daily specials. Casual atmosphere, licensed and air-conditioned. Hours: lunch, 11-4:30,  Mon-Sun; dinner Sun-Wed, 5-9;  Thurs-Sat, 5-10.866-2993.  Ptbbfcn ��� On Tht Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by Is sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Err* I Gor-n'i Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinner?, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10.  Hwy. 101. Gibions. 886-7813.  TOWDFF  HI 1   IN-STORE  HLL WALLCOVERING  ���Reg Book Price rl0fft       SmgteRoU  3Qto5Qoff  AI I   WALLPAPER  HLL books  ���Reg. book price. Matching fabric/accessories  not Included. Store books only,         ami Mine  -.$47.96  MQ18  M-fflK. LOW UKTtf EKSHEUINTWO* UIH  *i��-olap'-nS4796  3.7M  Environmental Care*  V2PRICE $0986  MBycvi colon*  MNWUMHUNURI  ��� 6pUm-aluhn AfcaaaoWp*.*. U7%  35��� 50  CUSTOM  WINDOW  FASHIONS  23  3.7SL  033313  * ie w 9  S44.Mii.mm       SMJOiMua        S4��,M ia... m III un  ��� TN:��Ma��aMaa��aa.uaj��1--ton1'---fcufc*a-te��|n^  mk^M^m___tm1mitmtmi-��eed��\n4rmmmM.-tiH��tletaitakialmls.  faje GucMjdec ft  ��  Color Your World  Free in Store  "How to Stencil" lesson  Sunday Nov. 21/1 lam  886-8103 �� Free Coffee  in  ******  T*  ���f  mm  MMMMl  taaaad community  Coast News, November 1, 1993  ������rwwwwi  Youths too young to be charged for heron  from page 1  Gibsons RCMP detachment Corp. Robin  Blair said police spoke to three youngsters -  who are under the age of 12). Their firecrackers were seized and their parents were  notified. However, because of their age, no  charges can be laid.  "They're under 12 and you can't do anything," Blair said, adding, "No charges are  applicable. All you can do is take them to  their parents."  The dead heron was taken to the SPCA  and put in the care of shelter manager Clint  Davy.  "There was quite a bunch of burnt feathers under one wing," he said, confirming the  bird had been hit by a burning projectile.  Davy said he would like to get in touch  with the local RCMP to see if he can arrange  to meet with the children and their parents so  he can "lay some facts on the line."  Blue Herons are on the protected list and  if the bird had been killed by an adult, a variety of charges that would result in "fairly  stiff' fines could be leveled.  "You can't say it was a deliberate act of  cruelty with them being children but (what  they did) was very senseless and disrespectful," he said.  ������"t  by Voyager & Elite Travel  Emergency Medical Insurance  for tne Long Term Traveller  B voyageur    30-183 days  INSURANCE awwwaajB  COMPANY  886-3381  Next to Gibsons Medical Clinic1  Steve Dieter helped retrieve from the water the heron which was killed by fireworks last  week. Cam Purdy photo  Local Clayoquot protester fund established  by Ian Cobb  It may not be possible to adequately compensate for jail  terms, but something can be  done about fines and other costs  can be.  With that in mind a group of  Sunshine Coast residents have  banded together to form the  "Clayoquot Sound Defence  Fund," to support the 20 coast  residents arrested on the  Kennedy River Bridge at Clayoquot Sound last summer.  "The fund will help with feny  and legal costs for the 20 (present count) arrestees and let  them know they do have community support," said fund organizer Pat Ridgway.  She said the fund is an opportunity for "anyone who didn't  get a chance to get to the Clayoquot Sound peace camp or  blockades this summer" to help  out the people who did and "who  were arrested on our behalf."  lgw.ay, who isn't an "offi-  member of the Friends of  "layoquot Sound but membership aside considers herself a  friend of the rain forest, said, "I  Trustees  grapple with  mission  statment  by Roxanne Gregory  Community consensus was  evident Thursday night at Chatelech Senior Secondary as members of Ihe District Task Force  met to define the school district's  Mission Vision statement.  For two years the board of  trustees has been involved in the  development of a statement  which would encompass the  unqiueness of the district, by  identifying principles, goals and  the means to achieve them.  Foremost among the presentations, was a recommendation that  learning should be a life long process and thai students should be  equipped with the skills necessary to find employment.  The provision of a safe environment and the programs  designed to encourage Ihe development of self-esteem and mutual respect were also highlighted  by the groups.  "We will live what we leach,"  was a statemenl of principle  which brought a round of  applause from everyone.  Suggested revisions to Ihe  Mission Vision statement will be  discussed at communily interaction day sessions on Nov. 3 al  each school, with a final planning.  process to be held Nov. 16 at  Chatelech.  wish 1 could have got over there  - not to get arrested - but to  voice an opinion."  The opinions that have been  voiced the past year over the  logging of the old growth forest  reached the park-loving ears of  Prime Minister-elect Jean Chretien, who stated he would look  into having the Clayoquot area  turned into a park.  However, Chretien has since  said the matter is a provincial  one and should be left up to Premier Mike Harcourt and his cabinet.  "I think it's a world-wide  problem. I don't think we can  look at things with such a narrow focus anymore," Ridgway  said of the Clayoquot issue.  Another point she and other  environmentalists have been  making clear is it isn't environmentalists against loggers.  "Environmentalists versus  loggers is not a way to solve  this. I'm not anti-logging and I  don't think anyone involved in  this is. It's more corporations  versus the rest of us."  "We're not against loggers.  They're all the same as we are.  They're just trying to make a living," said Nanci Gaudry of Gibsons, who along with Teoni  Spathelfer organized a sit-in in  front of attorney-general Colin  Gabelmann's 815 Hornby St.  office Oct. 25, to protest the sentences handed down to the people arrested at Clayoquot.  Another person, Eliya Wax-  man, has been sitting at the government agent's office in Sechelt  the past week.  Spathelfer said the trials  haven't been fair to those arrested.  "It's box car justice," she  exclaimed.  "Individual trials - group trials doesn't give anyone any justice."  As for the so-called criminals,  facing fines in the $500 range  and possibly jail time, Spathelfer  said, "I know a lot of these people and they're fine people."  Tbe fund that's been established, she said, "Is a great idea."  Anyone wishing to contribute'  to the Clayoquot Sound Defence  Fund may do so at the Gibsons  We're more than just tires!  BRAKES?  Give yourself a brake  "FREE"  10 Point Brake Check  (Most cars & light trucks)  J^|CoASTAL TlRESM  886*2700  BEEPI  If Communication Is  Important to you,  SEE US FOR THE BEST IN  MOTOROLA  PORTABLES  $24900  COMPUTE LINE OF ACCESSORIES FOR AU MAKES,  USED PHONES/WE TAKE TRADE-INSI  LOCAL NUMBtHS NOW AVAILABLE  5UIMCOA5T MOTORS LTD  7IUNtHNECO*��THWY.(NeARPHAnRDI0ll��ON��  MM2I1 ftft __. B*j  VB.    MUST SELL  Pfc^_���  _^_m   ^%��-IW  K%         BEST OFFER  py            ALL CEDAR HOUSE  ______   <-<  *j��>   5818 DEERHORN, SANDY HOOK  By��        New house, 2,500 sq. ft., with view  K                 3 levels, 3 bedrooms,  HHH               wood stove & fireplace.  ^_TrH|          Open house - phone 885-0331  branch of the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union.  And should the charges be  dropped against local protesters,  Ridgway said, Ihe money gathered would go toward the  Friends of the Caren or Friends  of the Tetrahedron.  ���"~_^_7   W   ART  COURSES  Mon. ft'Hies. Nov. 8ft 9.  "Watercolour Painting-  Demonstration and  Workshop11 with Ian Poynter,  10,1.m.-2p.m.  $35, $30 mcmbeis;  Sun. Nov. 14. "Needlework  Stretching' with Cindy Buls,  10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., $30, $25  members:  To register, phone thc Aits  Centre  ComWj Soon/  m  , anions'*  WoKlM  10-4 PM  tr\r��mMTnECtm-  It^eCoriMraluitofltK  Bisttrict of M$t  P.O.Box129,5545lnWAvenue,Seche��,B.C.V0N3AO Telephone(604)885*1866 Fax(604)685*7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Referenda Call-In Show  on Cable 11  Coast Cable Community Programming is  presenting a live phone-in program  regarding the upcoming local referenda.  The SCRD, Gibsons and Sechelt all have  referendum questions on the ballot in the  upcoming Municipal Elections.  The SCRD is asking voters if they will  support the Sechelt Arena. The Town of  Gibsons is asking voters if they will support  a new library. The District of Sechelt is  asking voters to support a new library and  a new Municipal Hall.  If you have questions on any of these  referendum items and how the outcome  will affect you, please watch the program  and call in.  Datoi  Thursday, November 4,1993  Timet  7:30 p.m.  Coast Cable Community Channel  886-8565  Representatives from all of the  Governments will be in attendance to  answer your questions.  Upcoming Committee  Meetings  November 9,1993:  Planning Committee 10:30 a.m.  November 16,1993:  Finance Committee 1:30 pm  November 23,1993:  Public Works 9:00 a.m.  November 23,1993:  Parks & Recreation   following Public Works  Garbage Pickup  Sunshine Coast Disposal Services asks  all residents' cooperation in placing their  garbage containers at curbside NO  LATER THAN 8:00 A.M. on pick up  days. This will facilitate much more  efficient seivice, particularly for residents  in the SELMA PARK/DAVIS BAY area  Expansion in Sewer  Capacity  Please be advised that the Sechelt  Waste Management Permit allocation  has been expanded. All those who have  been waiting to take out building permits  may now apply.  For further information please contact  John Wright, Chief Building Inspector.  Trail Avenue  Construction  Sanitary sewer line installation and road  resurfacing will take place on Trial  Avenue between Mermaid and Pebble  Street during the month of November.  Some delays and detours will be  experienced during this construction  period. Every effort will be made to keep  these disruptions to a minimum.  D. Fraser  Superintendent of Public Works  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take  place on the 1st and 3rd  Wednesday of each month at the  Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  ^maamaaaaaaM  mm  w_mm_m_mm_m_m_m_m_ma_m_^mm Coast News, November 1, 1993  O  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF OTHER VOTING  o  SUNSHINE COAST BICYCLE PATH LOCAL SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT BYLAW  NO. 374,1992  The Sunshine Coast Bicycle Path Local Service Establishment Bylaw, No. 374, 1992 provides for the establishment of a local  seivice lor the purpose of providing for the construction and maintenance of Bicycle Paths, to be known as "Sunshine Coast  Bicycle Path Local Service Area," with Electoral Areas B, D, E and F as participating municipal members.  The maximum amount that may be requisitioned annually for the Service shall be $.19 per thousand dollars (a maximum of  $100,000 per year) of net taxable value on improvements only, as assessed for Regional Hospital purposes.  Take Node* that the above is a synopsis of the proposed bylaw on which the electors will be asked the following question:  "Art you In favour of the establishment of a local service to provide for the construction and maintenance  of Bicycle Paths on the Sunshine Coaet at an annual average coet of approximately $8.50 per residential  property per annum?"  And Take Further Notice that the entire bylaw may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road,  Sechelt, B.C., during regular working hours and that the synopsis is not Intended to be and is not to be understood to be an  Interpretation of the bylaw.  On General Voting Day Saturday, November 20th, 1993 persons qualified as either a Resident Elector or a Property Elector for  Electoral Areas B, D, E, or F in the Sunshine Coast Regional District for the purposes of the 1993 Municipal election may vote on  the above question at the following locations:  Area "B" - Halfmoon Bay  1. Coopers Green  Area "D" - Roberts Creek  1. Roberls Creek Elementary School  Area "E"- Elphinstone  1. Frank West Community Use Room  Area "F" - Wesl Howe Sound  1. Langdale Elementary School  5500 Fisherman Road  1088 Roberts Creek Road  1224 Chaster Road  1551 Forbes Road  And such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Cutbslde voting will be available for those  electors with physical disabilities.  Advance Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C.  between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 10th and Friday, November 12th, 1993.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C,  this 20th day of October, 1993  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer  SECHELT ICE ARENA LOCAL SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT BYLAW NO. 1013,1993  The Sechelt Ice Arena Local Service Establishment Bylaw No. 1013,1993 provides for the establishment of a local service for the  purpose of providing a financial contribution for the operation and maintenance of the Sechelt Ice Arena, to be known as "Sechelt  Ice Arena Local Service," with Electoral Areas A, B, D, E, & F, the Town of Gibsons and the District of Sechelt as participating  municipal members.  The maximum amount that may be requisitioned annually for the Service shall be $.10 per thousand of net taxable value of land  and improvements, as assessed for Regional Hospital District purposes (taxes on the basis of the converted value of improvements  only).  Take Node* that the above is a synopsis of the proposed bylaw on which the electors will be asked the following question:  "Are you in favour of the establishment of a local service to provide a financial contribution for the  operation and maintenance of the Sechelt Ice Arena at an average coat of approximately $9.50 per  residential property per annum?"  And Take Further .Notice that the entire bylaw may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road,  Sechelt, B.C., during regular working hours and that the synopsis is net Intended to be and is not to be understood to be an  interpretation of the bylaw.  On General Voting Day Saturday, November 20th, 1993 persons qualified as either a Resident Elector or a Property Elector for  Electoral Areas A, B, D, E, or F in the Sunshine Coast Regional District or In the Town of Gibsons or the District of Sechelt for the  purposes of the 1993 Municipal election may vote on the above question at the following locations:  Area "A" - Egmont/Pender Haibour  1. Egmont Community Hall  2. Pender Harbour Aulo Court  ;t"T*' ^Pe?S>l*rt��'urCornmunltyHall  (rear entrance) '  Area "B" - Halfmoon Bay  1. Coopers Green  Area "O" - Roberts Creek  1. Roberts Creek Elementary School  Area "E* - Elphinstone  1. Frank West Community Use Room  Area "F" - West Howe Sound  1. Langdale Elementary School  Town of Gibsons  1. Marine Room  District of Sechelt  1. Municipal Hall  2. Davis Bay Elementary School  3. West Sechelt Elementary School  Egmont  Garden Bay  "��� ���'*'im&itmrk: ':~!'-__'.  5500 Fisherman Road     ���  1088 Roberts Creek Road  1224 Chaster Road  1551 Forbes Road  464 South Fletcher Road  5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt  5078 Davis Bay Road  5609 Mason Road  And such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Curbside voting will be available for those  electors with physical disabilities.  Advance Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C., the  Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. and the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet  Avenue, Sechett, B.C. between the houis of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 10th and Friday, November 12th,  1993.  An additional Advance Voting Opportunity in Area "A" will be open at the Pender Harbour Community Hall, Madeira Park, B.C.  between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Friday, the 12th day of November 1993.  Dated at Sechett, B.C.  this 20th day of October, 1993  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer  GIBSONS AND DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING LOCAL SERVICE   ESTABLISHMENT BYLAW NO. 1017,199?  The Gibsons and District Public Library Building Local Service Establishment Bylaw No. 1017,1993 provides for the establishment  of a local service for the purpose of providing capital funding for the construction of a new Public Library Building within the Town of  Gibsons, to be known as "Gibsons and District Public Library Building Local Service," with Electoral Areas E, F and the Town of  Gibsons as participating municipal members.  The maximum amount that may be requisitioned annually for the Service shall not exceed $250,000, to be apportioned among the  participating municipal members on the basis of converted value of land and improvements as assessed tor Regional Hospital  District purposes.  Take Notice that the above is a synopsis of the proposed bylaw on which the electors will be asked the following question:  "An you hi favour of tlie establishment of a local service to provide Capital funding for the construction  of a imw Public Library Building within the Town of Qlbeons st an average cost of approximately $25.00  per residential property per annum for 10 years only?"  And Take Further Notice that the entire bylaw may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road,  Sechelt, B.C., during regular working hours and that the synopsis is not intended to be and is not to be understood to be an  Interpretation of the bylaw.  On General Voting Day Saturday, November 20th, 1993 persons qualified as either a Resident Elector or a Property Elector for  Electoral Areas E, or F in the Sunshine Coast Regional Districl or in the Town of Gibsons for the purposes of the 1993 Municipal  election may vote on the above question at the following locations:  Area "E" - Elphinstone  1. Frank West Community Use Room - 1224 Chaster Road  Area "P - West Howe Sound  1. Langdale Elementary School - 1551 Forbes Road  Town of Gibsons  1. Marine Room - 464 South Fletcher Road  And such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Curbside voting will be available tor those  electors with physical disabilities.  Advance Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. or the  Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on  Wednesday, November 10th and Friday, November 12th, 1993.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C.  this 20th day of October, 1993  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer  news  Benefits of boards  outweigh problems  from page I  The systems have gained an  unsavory reputation from boards  like the ones in Winnipeg which  were shut down for distributing  child pornography, according to  Go Express operator Cam Pren-  tis. "I don't allow it (pornography) on here. I don't even allow  swearing," he emphasizes.  "When people come on my bbs,  they're coming into my home. I  expect them to act accordingly."  Because he doesn't have online games, Prenlis says, his  board attracts a more adult  crowd. Right now, local restaurants are the hot topic on his  board, while last year a huge  debate developed over the constitutional referendum. "I'm  surprised the politicians don't get  on here," he says.  There's a certain spirit of  idealism and sharing evident in  this electronic global village.  The success of shareware is one  example. While big software  companies put their energy into  trying to protect their programs  from illegal copying, shareware  enthusiasts encourage people to  copy their programs and pay  voluntarily. Perhaps surprisingly,  many do pay.  Bulletin boards work the  same way. While some are businesses run for a profit, most are  labors of love which cosl their  operators both time and money.  Bulletin boards on the coast are  almost all free, but operators say  they get quite a few voluntary  donations which help cover the  costs of phone bills and buying  new equipment.  Prentis glows with pride  when he describes how he's seen  kids become better writers after a  few months of chatting on his  board. And people help each  other out on bulletin boards, he  says, whether in technical groups  where people ask how to fix their  computers or through on-line  ^fisipnsof^lc^ljps^oiay^ ���  mow. "Pul f question on the  board, and you'll get half a  dozen answers."  Or, as Gibsons author Maureen Goldman puts il, "If you  want to know how to do an exorcism, someone will know how to  do an exorcism."  Goldman, who works from  her home writing children's  books, uses the board to take part  in a professional writer's group  where the talk centers on topics  such as contracts and copyright.  She also gleans ideas she can use  in her books, such as how a  kidnapper might operate in this  age of call-display telephones  (he'd need a stolen cellular  phone so he won't reveal his  hideout location).  But for her, as for most bbs  users, the boards are mainly a  social outlet - a place to chat  about books, movies, and politics. The anonymity of computer  communication makes it easy to  strike up a conversation with a  stranger, she says. "I've known  some marriages that have been  made that way."  One service that's lacking on  the coast is a way to connect to  the granddaddy of all computer  networks, Ihe Internet. Based on  the powerful computers of universities and government offices,  the Internet has grown to become  Ihe biggest network in the world.  For local computer freaks, connecting to the Internet has meant  expensive long distance calk  But a bulletin board at Chatelech  Secondary School may soon be  filling thai gap.  John Clements, computer coordinator for Ihe school dislricl,  is al work connecting to an education network which will  include Internet access. The  system caters mainly to teachers  and students, Clements says, but  anyone is welcome apply for an  account.  Local  bulletin  boards  listed  Following are some of the  computer bulletin boards based  on the Sunshine Coast. Most  provide free access, though  donations to help cover equipment costs and long-distance  charges are welcomed.  *Go Express 884-5255  This board can receive faxes,  and it's a greal source for software.  "'���Scttobl Dlstrid #46 885-  7987::-' rn (hns sill ol  Run out of Chatelech Secondary School, this bulletin  board provides access to a CD-  ROM library of files for Macintosh users. Black Diamond 886-  0751  ���Productive Computers 886-  2386  Provides access to a CD-  ROM library. $20 yearly membership fee.  ���Mad Mariner BBS 883-2550  Provides access to Fidonel, a  worldwide computer network.  ���The Tendo Dojo 886-0623  A special interest board for  Japanese cartoon hobbyists.  Also provides interactive games.  ���Sunshine Coast Amiga 885-  0332  QUALITY  FARMS  3}; Buckerfield's  16% Layer Pellets &  Complete Horse Pellets  50�� off/ bag  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Mon   ��� Sal  9 - '.> :t0 community  Coast News, November 1, 1993 9  Share The Memory  With A Gift Portrait  by George Cooper  Ever wonder aboul the flowers and shrubs looking so well in  Pioneer Park? Peggy Campbell  of the Rose Society tells me "A  devoted volunteer in care of Ihe  park is Helen Granberry who  lives nearby.  She cares for Ihe flowers. I  help with pruning Ihe roses."  Peggy says that if there's anyone who needs help with their  rose pruning to call her at 886-  9527 to arrange a time.  Bazaars  Hopkins branch of the hospital auxiliary will have a Christmas Crafts and Home Baking  sale in Sunnycrest Mall on Nov.  12 starting at 9:30 am. There  will be a raffle thai day, too.  On Nov. 20 in St.  Bartholomew's church hall there  will be a Chrislmas Bazaar and  Santa's Workshop beginning at  10 am.  Taxes  New government, new taxes?  Some reflections out of the  past on the subject: Taxation is  the an of plucking the goose to  get Ihe most feathers and down  with the least possible angry  hissing." (a Frenchman 300  years ago).  The Farmers Almanac "Taxation without representation was  bad before 1776; how much  worse today wilh representation." Any Canadian could say  golden lifelines  1 ��� 8X10  Colour  Portrait  990  Plus a sitting fee uf  12.99 per person.  POffRAIT PACKAGES  AVAIIAMIAT-  REASONAllf PRKES  Bob Nicholson ponders an early buy at St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary (Gibsons branch) Fall  Bazaar at St John's United Church Saturday. Joel Johnstone photo  "I'm proud to be paying my  taxes in Canada, every penny...I  could be just as proud for half  the money."  Parents  Some tips, kids in the tough  job of figuring out your parents:  1. Try speaking their language like "Let me do the dishes" or "Yes I will."  2. Try to be tolerant of their  music. Listen to Red Sails in the  Sunset until you gel accustomed  to the sound. (Grandparents?)  3. Be patient with their  quirky habits.  For example, if you catch  mom furtively eating a candy  bar, don't scold but set her a  good example.  4. Encourage your parents to  talk about their problems. Try to  understand why they think earning a living and paying a mort-  .gage are so important.  5. Tolerate their appearance.  For instance your mom's hairdo.  It's important to her lhat she  looks like her peers.  Youth  Advice from your friendly  peer counsellor: Kids, are you  being harassed by your dumb  parents? Move out. Pay your  own bills, while you still know  everything.  byjoyce Ostry  Branch 69 will be holding one of the  biggest events of the year Nov. 6 from 11 am  until whenever, the Fall Bazaar and Luncheon takes place. In addition a white elephant sale is this Friday, Nov. 5. Baked  Mounties  seek signs  of vandals  ? In (he late hours of Oct. 20  to the early morning hours of  Oct. 21, a number of signs  were cut down with a chain-  saw in the Pender Harbour  area along Highway 101 from  Lagoon Road to Pender Harbour secondary school. Among  the signs were political party  signs, stop signs and business  signs.  Sechelt RCMP request anyone with any information lo  conlact the Sechelt detachment  at 885-2266.  goods can come in Saturday morning. There  are lots of Christmas items.  How to cook a husband  A good many husband are entirely spoiled  by mismanagement in cooking and are not  tender and good. Some women keep them  constantly in hot water, others freeze them,  others put Ihem in a stew, others roast them  and others keep them constantly in a pickle. It  cannot be supposed that any husband would  be good and tender managed in this way, but  they are really delicious if properly treated.  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Rural Area 1  General Voting D.iy will be opened on Saturday, the 20th day of November  1 ?93, to qualified electors of Rural Area 1 of School District No. 46 at the  following locations:  1. Egmont Community Hall - Egmont  2. Pender Harbour Auto Court - Garden Bay  3. Pender Harbour Community Hall (rear entrance) - Madeira Park  4. Coopers Green - 5500 Fisherman Road - Halfmoon Bay  <\nd such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m.  and 8:00 p.m. Curbside voting will be available for those electors with  physical difficulties.  Advance Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Office, 5477 Wharf Rd. Sechelt, B.C. between the  hours of 8;00 a.m. on Wednesday, the 10th day of November 1993, and  Friday, the 12th day of November 1993.  An Additional Avance Voting Opportunity will be open at the Pender  Harbour Community Hall, Madeira Park, B.C., between the hours of  10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Friday, the 12th day of November 1993.  The only persons permitted to vote at the Advanced Voting  Opportunities are those who, being duly qualified electors, sign a  statement that:  (a) the elector expects to be absent from the Rural Area for which the  election is to be held on General Voting Day,  (b) or the elector, for reasons of conscience, will be unable to vote on  General Voting Day,  (c) or the elector will be unable to attend a voting place on General  Voting Day for reasons beyond his/ her control,  (d) or the elector has a physical disability or is a person whose mobility  is impaired,  (e) or the elector Is a candidate,  (0 or the elector is an election official.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C. this 25th day of October 1993.  Anne Pressley  ., Chief Election Officer  community  roberls crook  by K. Trueman, 885-2282  This past week has been very  busy across national Canada. In  fact everything from soup to  helicopters has been seen to lake  place. It was wonderful to see so  many people out at Ihe polls,  although socializing was kept  quite conservative as everyone  seemed to be rushing off for that  special Hallowe'en event around  lhe corner. Radios and televisions were alive with the political scene and I thought their  views were very liberal, but then  that's politics. While all the hubbub was becoming tiring, I tried  to clock it out but decided it  would be'ndp (not darn polite)  so in the end I decided to reform  and take it all in.  Just a special thanks to everyone who hosted goblins, witches, Ninja turtles, etc. on Hal-  Inglis Heights Subdivision  ��� 15 fully serviced lots available  spring 94  ��� Underground services  ��� Sidewalks  ��� Central location  ��� Building restrictions  ��� Some view lots  ��� Adjacent to Prestigious  Oceanmount Estates  ��Starting at $74,900  Developer  Murmsc Construction Ltd.  Phone 886-8691  lowe'en. It is always a special  time at our house. I just love lo  dress up and see who scares  who.  Community Interaction  In our fast moving world, there  are many challenges. Our  schools are faced wilh Ihe challenge of preparing our children  for this rapidly changing world.  Schools must fully involve  parents and community members in the changes which need  to take place in our education  system.  The ministry of education is  providing a means for Ihis to  happen and Roberts Creek elementary is involved. Two 'community interaction' days are  planned for each of the nexl  Ihree years and the First one is  scheduled for Ihe morning of  Friday, Novt 5.  ' Our local school is committed to the value of this interaction and certainly believes thai  our community should be  involved. They encourage parents and community to participate in this very important first  session.  Participants on Ihis first session will go through a process  which is designed to plan for the  next five sessions. Planning  questions will address issues and  topics to be presented as well as  the best time for our community  kto meel. For more information,  give the school a call at 885-  9229.  RCCA  Al the monthly meeting of  the Roberts Creek Community  First Class Advertising  Puts Daniel's On The Map!  Danny Hubenig of Daniel's was recently awarded as the Top  Performer in Advertising and Promotion by one of North America's  top carpet manufacturers.  How Did He Do It?  With the help of Coast News  advertising and the designs of  Bill Rogers. We've won our  share of awards too, dating  back to 1946.  Stick with a winner���  The Coast News.  Sunshine Coasl residents and  advertisers can be proud thai  they pul Gibsons on the map  at a gathering of over 1,000  carpel dealers from across the  USA and Canada. Danny  Hubenig of Daniel's Interiors,  accepted an award as a "Top  Performer In^Adverlising and  Promotions." This was  presented by Don Mercer,  CEO of Mohawk Carpets, the  most recognized name In the  carpet manufacturing  Industry.  Congratulations to Daniel's from  your friends at Coast News.  Association held last week, it  was learned lhat Centra Gas has  now completed surveys from  Camp Byng to the cemetery  only.  The reports are now compiled and action will be forthcoming. What about the other  half of Roberts Creek? Centra  promises they will move on with  further surveys in the near  future.  The provincial agencies have  submitted well over 100 comments regarding the Official  Community Plan (OCP). A special meeting for the working  committee (the regional board  and the OCP committee members) will be held Nov. 5 at 10  am at the regional board offices.  There will be opportunities  for questions and answers. Later  in November public meetings  will be scheduled.' ��� '  We are reminded that local  elections are set for Nov. 20 and  we are once again encouraged to  go to the polls and vote. Brett  McGillivray and Paul Tombu  are standing for the position of  regional director, Area D. We  also have a chance to vote on  referendums about lhe arena  issue and about  walking/bike/horse paths for  Roberls Creek.  Blues and gumboots  The Roberls Creek Blues  Lady Diana Morgan has once  again organized a dance at the  Roberts Creek hall, for Saturday, Nov. 6 from 9 pm to I am.  None other than Bob Carpenter  and his five piece blues band  will entertain the night away.  Grab your favourite dancing  gumboots, a tin of food for the  food bank and pick up your $12  ticket at Roberts Creek General  Store, but hurry, they are going  fast.  Christmas craft fair  Organizers of the annual  Roberts Creek Christmas Craft  Fair are really excited that all  the tables are now booked. Mark  Nov. 27 and 28 on your calendar  NOW  OPEN  Sunnycrest Mall  886-0958 Coast News, November 1, 1993  11  community  section scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Hallowe'en is over now,  except for eating up the lool  garnered while trick or treating.  The maple leaves arc on the  ground and weather is moving  into ils winter patterns with fog  and drizzle. So 1 guess it's  inevitable that we look to the  bright days of Christmas nearly  two months away and begin to  think of Christmas lists and  shopping.  Seniors hall  The members of Ihe Seniors  Activity Centre on Trail Avenue  in Sechelt are holding their  annual Christmas Bazaar on  Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 am to  3 pm. There will be a white elephant table, crafts, home baking,  hamper raffles and plenty of  refreshments.  There is ample parking and  everyone is welcome. Proceeds  go toward continuing programs  and maintenance of the activities centre.  Arts centre  Plan to stop in at the Sunshine Coasl Arts Centre some  lime Ihis week. You can view  the works of the 23 Coast artists  selected for the 15th annual  Juried Show.  The exhibition will be on display only until Nov. 7. The art  rental program is once more in  operation at the centre and you  can also check out the variety of  art workshops being offered for  children and adults in November.  On Sunday, Nov. 7 the arts  cenlre is holding the grand  opening of the new arl and  music studios.  Upcoming events  There are two charitable  events coming up next weekend  to keep in mind.  Both offer quality craft ilems  al reasonable prices and are  worthy of our support.  Craft sale  The Sunshine Coast branch  of the Save The Children Fund  Inaugural  tourism  conference  plannedfor  December  In December 1993 British  Columbia's tourism operators  will meet as an industry for the  first time.  The inaugural British  Columbia Tourism Industry  Conference, representing the  province's 12,000 tourism businesses plus all tourism sectors,  products, regions, agencies and  associations, is sponsored by  COTA (Council of Tourism  Associations); the Ministry of  Small Business, Tourism and  Culture; and Price Walerhouse.  The conference mission is to  strengthen the profile of BC's  tourism industry through cross-  sector collaboration and professional development opportunities.  "Il's very exciting and  encouraging that the whole  industry is working so hard  together to make this conference  a blockbuster success," said  COTA President Pat Corbett.  "The industry has really come of  age and we are taking our rightful place with the province's  other major industries."  Tourism Minister Bill Barlee  said: "1 am very excited and  optimistic about Ihe future of  tourism in this province - and 1  can't think of a better event than  this conference to bring all the  different sectors of the industry  together for the first time."  Confrence times and location  will be provided at a later date.  Fishing with the Phillips  Charlotte (left) and sister Violet get fishing instructions from  father Craig Phillips at the Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement  Society spill pond Thursday. Fish from Chapman Creek come  up to explore and feed In the manmade backpool.  Joel Johnstone photo  of BC is holding its annual  Christmas Craft Sale on Nov. 12  and 13 at Trail Bay Mall. The  sale will be open from 9 am  until the mall closes on both Fri  day and Saturday nights. There  will be, as always, a variety of  handmade crafts and children's  wear. Christmas cards and calendars are also available.  Hospital auxiliary  On Saturday, Nov. 13 you  can also attend another sale of  quality items at the Indian Band  Hall in Sechelt.  The Sechelt branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary is  holding its annual bazaar from  10 am to 1 pm - note the early  afternoon closing time and get  Ihere early.  Tea tickets will be sold at the  door. There will be tables of  homebaked goods, used books,  crafts and jewellery.  The bazaar features a mystery table and the winning tickets for the furnished doll house  that has been on display will be  drawn.  Soundworks  On Ihis coming Saturday,  Nov. 6 remember lo drop in at  Rockwood Centre where Sound-  works is taking place from 10  am lo 4 pm.  This is a musical affair lhat  will attempt to take us behind  the stage where we will be able  to see how music is made and  recorded.  We will see musical instruments being made and repaired  and meet some of the local  crafts people and all this lo live  music.So enjoy any rain we get;  how else can our trees grow and  attend some of the many activities in our busy community.  St. Mary's meet  The Annual General Meeting  of the St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will be held Monday,  Nov. 15, 1993 in the Sechelt  Legion Hall, Wharf Street at  11:30 am.  Registration is at 11 am.  Members and friends welcome.  Davis Bay notes  An all candidates meeting is  being held Monday, Nov. 8 at  7:30 pm in Davis Bay hall, with  Maurice Egan moderating.  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  general meeting will be held  Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 pm  at the Davis Bay hall.  1 Order non for Christmas! J~   ir���   Sega   Super Nintendo  GAME BOY GAME GEAR  Games start at $19.99. Rental or Trades Accepted.  /^VTRI* PHOTO  ^������y     I 88S-a2882 I  ^**��'*-*' ICO ��� 8710 TEREDO ST.. 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Rental enquiries: Bruce Morris, Trail Bay Properties Ltd.  885-5614  TRAIL BAY  tak  PROPERTIES LTD  ��  mm 12  Coast News, November!, 1993  community  haibour gybe  bv Marie Bisson-Montpetlt,  883-2142  There will be a community  forum at Madeira Park elementary on Friday, Nov. 5 from  10:30 am to 12 noon.  There will be a panel of  speakers discussing skills, abilities and attitudes that children  will need to know entering the  year 2000.  The school is asking everyone in the community to come  out and actively participate in  the strategic planning groups to  discuss what direction the education in our community should  go. Anyone wishing more information can contact June May-  nard at 883-2373. There will be  no school for students of all ages  on Friday, Nov. 5.  PH Secondary  The grads are having a garage  sale on Saturday, Nov. 6 from  10 am to 3 pm in the gym. All  donations will be picked up for  you. Call Danielle at 883-22IS  or Christine at 883-2461.  Congratulations to the girls  bantam volleyball team who  _W_mlS--w-U-i*_mam _\mm_m_t*-*-mM-m_em-m  namnoon nappomngs  Pender Harbour girls volleyball team in action against Chatelech Secondary.     Roxanne Gregory photo  won all three games against  Chatelech last week and the  junior girls who also won their  match against Sechelt.  All candidates meeting  Monday, Nov. 8 at 7 pm at  the Madeira Park Legion Jane  Reid and Steve Garrett will be  running for Area A Director.  Liz Wilson and Roz Griston  will be running for PH School  District Trustee.  PH Are department  A big thank you goes out to  all the firemen who put on the  fireworks on Hallowe'en and fed  all the kids hot dogs and juice.  by Maureen Parrott, 883-9189  Hallowe'en! Black cats and  fluttering bats abound around  Egmont this week. Actually,  stray cats abound here all the  time.  Visitors hurrying to catch  ferries, and thoughtless pet  owners with too many kittens,  abandoned cats in this area. Of  course most die, starving and  freezing, or get killed by dogs  or resident cats defending their  hunting territories. The lucky  ones may be eaten by cougars -  a clean death, at least.  Some survive, feral and  scrawny. They feed on the  wildlife: squirrels, bats, birds,  mice, voles, shrews, rabbits -  did you know we had wild rabbits around here? Cottontail rabbit and varying hares both occur  in Egmont, though I haven't  heard of a sighting in many  years.  Back to the cats: yes, a few  get adopted.  Probably one in 10 or less  considering all the feral kittens  born. Don't expose your pet or  its kittens to these odds! Call the  SPCA at 886-2273 to arrange  for spaying or neutering.  Bats are not as common  hereabouts as they were 35  years ago. For years al a time  they disappear, but gradually  they seem to be returning. Perhaps they vanished when this  area was logged and are multiplying as the trees grow up  again.  But 1 remember bals being  common for a few years about  15 or 20 years ago. I wonder  what happened - cais? Pesticides? If you have any theories,  please contact me.  Red tide  Don't dig clams! Most of the  Gulf of Georgia is closed for red  tide. Call 883-2313 for further  information.  Swap meet  Egmont Lions Swap Meet is  looking for stuff to sell. Now is  your chance to clean out that  garage or spare room.  Call Tina Ramsey at 883-  2934 or contact Betty at Ihe post  office.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  There is still time to pick up tickets for the dinner and barn dance at Halfmoon Bay school this  Saturday, Nov. 6. They are available at Ihe school,  Fawn Road market, B&J Store or at Talewind  Books for $10 per couple or $20 per family.  Some of the parents and all of the staff at the  school are really trying very hard to help change  the bad image of the area which arises out of the  spate of vandalism which has increased so much  over the past year.  It was quite shocking to be present at the forum  on this subject and to learn from the RCMP in  attendance just how bad il is.  We are all aware of the obvious things like  signs being vandalized and the many break and  entries reported, but most of us don't realize the  task of the local police who try lo keep things  under control.  They do need all the help they can get from the  general public to do their pan by monitoring their  own area and reporting incidents. But most of all,  for parents to be aware of where their young people are at all times.  At the hall  There are two social events scheduled for the  month of November at the Welcome Beach Community Hall, the first being the ever popular Fall  Giant Flea Market on Sunday, Nov. 14 and the Pub  Night on the 20th. Table rentals for the flea market  are available al 885-4590,885-9852 for $7.  The Halfmoon Bay branch of St. Mary's Hospital will meet next Monday, Nov. 8 at 10 am at the  hall. There was an excellent turnout for the October meeting and it is hoped that November's will  be even better.  This very active and busy group can always use  more members to help with the tasks undertaken to  help make life a bit more pleasant for hospital  patients.  Hope you all remembered to turn the clock back  at the weekend.  This is always a pet hate of mine when this has  to be done and I can never understand why they  can't just leave well alone and let the lime stay  were it is.  These early dark evenings can become quite  depressing without making them happen even earlier lhan necessary.  Our friend Mary Shannon is still in St. Mary's  and is pleased to see friends who care to pop by for  a short visil.  Of all the cars priced under$ 13,OOO'  Wi CAVAUHt HAS UBS  CHIVY    CUMMER    COUPE  8  36 MO. 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Offers apply to qualified retail customers only Dealer order mav ha- m*r*-^--^*h_.  offers may not be combined or used wilh other offere. See Dealer for complete details ' Based on recently advertised prices Excludes olher General Motors products "<��sMry. i nese  SUNSHINE MOTORS 085-5131  15712  The Sunshine Coast News...  Serving the Coast from Port Mellon to Egmonl for over 45 years! community  Coast News, November 1,  1993  13  Sage advice when buying a second home  At some point you may  decide to buy a second house lo  provide you wilh supplemental  income.  An income-producing property has many advantages, especially if you only have a small  amount of money to invest.  Generally, your cash will always  be returned from real estate even  though you may have to wail for  Ihe right time to sell. As a result,  your capital is at little risk.  Moreover, your property will  provide you wilh renlal income  and your equity will appreciate  at a rale that has almost always  outpaced inflation over the past  SO years. And depending on Ihe  size of your down payment and  the rental market, the income  could cover your mortgage  payments.  There are also a number of  thc lax breaks involved in ownership which you should discuss  wilh your financial advisor.  Expenses incurred in maintaining thc property, mortgage interest costs, and depreciation of the  property are usually all tax  deductible.  But accumulating wealth  starts with the purchase of your  first home, which can mean a  home ground  small house, condo or lownhouse.  Keep in mind lhat a fixer-  upper house (in a good neighbourhood) thai doesn't require  major structural work but just  cosmetic repairs offers superb  profit opportunities.  You may be at that stage now  where you've already been  living in your first home for a  couple of years and are thinking  about what to do next.  To realize a substantial real  profit, your property should be  allowed to appreciate over a  number of years.  So you may want to renl oul  your house - which will provide  you with a second income as  well as tax relief - and buy  another house to move into and  begin upgrading.  After a few years, you can  rent out that house and buy  another one until you reach your  goal of, say, half a million dollars in equity - or an amount on  which you can happily retire.  Remember, home ownership  doesn't necessarily mean owning your dream home right off  the bat.  Starting with a smaller home  will help build equity and eventually provide you with Ihe  financial clout needed to trade  up to a bigger home.  Take precautions  Owning a home can be profitable, but it doesn't happen  without effort and good judgment. An inexperienced investor  may encounter many pitfalls if  he is not careful. Here are some  tips to keep in mind:  ��� Buy a structurally and  financially sound income-producing property. Always take  the time to analyze the property  Creative arts show open to all  home-based business operators  Small Business Minister Bill Barlee is encouraging BC home-based business owners to apply for  space in the 1994 Creative Arts Show sponsored by  the Ministry of Small Business, Tourism and Culture. Il will showcase up to 125 BC home-based  businesses in the crafts and giftware field.  Home-based artisans throughout BC will have an  opportunity to display their products at Ihe 10th BC  Creative Arts Show as part of the Southex Spring  Vancouver Gift Gallery. Scheduled for March 13 to  15, 1994, at BC Place Stadium, it is the largest  wholesale gift show in BC.  "This event is a valuable opportunity for BC  home-based businesses to let more than 6,000 retailers see that they are professional, creative and ready  to do business," said Barlee.  Ministry-sponsored participants in the September  1 1993 shotfihod high praise fot the ministry's home-  *' ���  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  The  Coast  News:  The Sunshine  Coast's  first choice  for news, sports  & entertainment  coveragel  FUN WITH A  GLUEGUN  A Free Craft  Demonstration by  Carol Pizzey  Every Saturday in  November at 2 pm at the  Chamberlin Gardens  "Dried flowers, silk jlov/ers,  /oliage and bits and things"  Learn how to make artistic  creations for home and gifts  itt^m> ���  inugtteftts .  CHAMBERLIN  GARDENS  Mon. to Sat. 9-5:30, Sun. 10-4  1022 Chamberlin Road 886-9889  Community Safety  is everyone's  concern &  responsibility.  Canada Satety Council  Tel: (613) 739-1535  Fax: 613 739-1566  thoroughly.  ��� Secure the best terms you  can. Arrange for a small down  payment and monthly payments  you can meet.  Do not buy property you  cannot afford to carry.  ��� As a landlord, be prepared  to find tenants, collect rents,  handle and fund periodic repairs  (or hire a properly manager.)  ��� Over lime, you should Iry  and improve Ihe property to  increase its resale value.  ��� As lime passes and Ihe  property appreciates, you can  gradually raise the renl, which  will produce a substantial nel  income for you.  ��� Kventually, you will want lo  sell or exchange the home and  re-invest your profits in olher  properties.  Overall, investing in houses,  apartments or other income-  producing real estate is one of  the best ways for the average  person to get the highest possible return on the smallest possible investment.  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US. omwn MAdtata A awMt-* mmv to nttt  Mandarins  1.94/1  DELI  Black Forest Ham       139  shaved or sliced, 100 g JL  Seasoned  Turkey Breast 179  shaved or sliced, 100 g X  Bavarian Meatloaf       QQ  sliced, 100 g  ��� ��F��7  All beef or regular  Bologna OO  sliced, 100 g  �����7��P  9 pieces  Chester Chicken 099  with 12 mo|os  Jf  CHEESE FEATURE OF THE WEEK  Havarti Cheeses 179  dill, herb, ialopeno; 100 g Jf,  ENTREE FEATURE OF THE WEEK  Lasagna OO  with meat or vegetarian. 100 g mmT%J  ���I  hi  i���������  Any Item from  our Full Service  Seafood  Department  Limit one per  customer  November 1-7. 1993  Claytons Heritage  Market  mttje-mtt^m  ___________________________________________________  II    ���������Mail III SI      ----- Coast News, November 1, 1993  15  leisure  Fischer alters moods through a nostalgic stroll of film  by Jane Seyd  Wolfgang Fischer's exhibit of  photographs, now showing at  Quayworks Gallery in Gibsons,  is a nostalgic walk back to a  different time and place.  The photos, taken by Fischer  in the 1950s and 1960s, span a  variety of settings: from British  Columbia to New York lo east-  em countries of Vietnam, China  and Japan.  Even so, there are certain  common elements and moods  evoked by them, reflecting both  the photographic style of limes  and the wider sense of Ihe world  viewed Ihrough ihem.  For the most part, the pictures  are candid shols, wilh subjects  seemingly unaware of the photographer. In some, we sneak up  quietly on subjects who have  their backs lo the camera -  engaged in some other activity -  and are let in on the secrets of  their everyday lives.  Bul even when the subjects  obviously face the camera, the  role of photographer is very  much as an observer in these  images, in the style of early Life  or National Geographic magazines. "Welcome to Ceylon" is  just one example.  In contrast to images we are  used to today, these photographs  are not glamorous or shocking.  They are also not particularly  self-conscious, lacking the more  modern sense of interaction  between subject and photographer in which both are participants in creating the image.  With the exception of the  large format blow ups - obviously printed more recently - the  photos have a soft finish and  warm tone; a distinct difference  from many modern images  Wolfgang Fischer's photography  which place a value on harder  edges, drama and high contrast.  Most of the photographs  appear to make use of natural  light or outdoors setting, the lines  of architecture rendered in tones  of sunlight and shadows, with no  is on exhibit at Quayworks Gallery.  extreme attempts to complicate  simple images.  Some of the photographs also  stand as interesting time pieces,  depicting the tenor of the postwar, pre-counter-culture sensibility.  In pictures of the United  Nations building, all elements -  from the architecture of the  building, the gestures of the  people and the cut of their  clothes - seem to indicate a belief  in a civilized group of people  Japan 1953'/Wolfgang Fischer  who are more-or-less sure about  their business of maintaining  order in the world.  Details of the time also help  to build the mood in the photos,  from the design of a baby carriage to the shape of a street  lamp.  In the pictures of British  Columbia, the 1950s belief in  progress (and perhaps a subtle  questioning of it) are depicted in  the machinery and piles of earth  which dwarf human dimensions  in photos like "Power Project"  In "Kitimat. Under Construction" a line of company houses  shrinks beneath the landscape it  is setting out to conquer.  One photograph which stands  out in the exhibit as a more critical and political comment on the  times is found in "War Sacrifice"  - which shows quite graphically  how not everything reverted lo  sweetness and light at the close  of the 1940s.  For the most part, though, it is  a subtler human element which  dominates Fischer's images, as  in the two Japanese girls stiind-  ing on a curving bridge, looking  to the camera, both curious and  wary.  In Ihe street scenes, we see  people caught up in the bustle of  their lives or immediate events,  and we observe them almost  secretly.  Perhaps in Fischer's depiction  of children he is most effective,  with variations on classic images  with photos like "The Lesson"  and "Easter Egg Hunt." "Children Playing" with its detail of  Black Jack chewing gum is pure  delight. These photographs take  us back to a more innocent time.  Wolfgang Fischer, a Sunshine  Coast resident, started taking  pictures in Kitimat in 1954. He  later travelled as a freelance  journalist and studied at the  Institute of Photography in New  York.  The show runs until tomorrow  (Nov. 2).  Serving the Sunshine Coast since lfH5  Publiihed in  Gibioni. B. C,  Ho��mber  Ir IMS  V >1  -���  10. Numbtf 49  1��hz Coast Jfeuis  Seizing,   tht Growing  8��Mk!m'C0Hl:  HAIRDRESSERS MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  H/UR BOUTIQUE  883*2715  SHOPPING  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  1)83-9551  fi  tu    HOME HARDWARE  liS     BUILDING CENTRE  ptiWTftwuf'i,  JflABlMA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  RECREATION  Pender harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Web'come  1 /e Mile NoaaTH or garden bat rd.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  Pa>nda>r Haaibour. 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Mr, and Mrs Kmp  ���mn, in itfhbiirs. .<[-��� t.iw smoke  and ran over, hut Mere unable  lii  help  \lr llnyd rushed nm tin-  -tort', hut llie imoke wn*. so  in ;ivv he wai unable ><��� remain.  He tried ajtatn, ,-im mnmined to  nri ihe pn.t I'tiui- money ur-  den and eiiah out tie cmild din-  cover no flame* He then iipcn*  eil the dour of thc dowitltalri  Mam room  "Tim, there seemed tu be un  explosion'. he said. 'Window,  wore blown mil and everything  becotfiu Inteniely hot all al  once I ww unable lo lav* any*  thing '  Two I lias trom Twin Cmks  came with hotea, but by the  time mey arrived llie frame  buildinn w.t itulted Sume in  RUrattcC Wai carried  The only itijutcMi'in Mr.  H> mI run Id advanee for the  a iiisi1 of the fin* wai the rhim  nt-v had cauKlM fire  Stork record* and notional  i iiii.'unti of til0 fMm lly were all  ilcatmyed The posi offlci i> he-  inn uprrated lor ihr tine belli!  triam the Bind n ��ldcnn-  Early pioneer  of district dies  Fills power |lll  Will be expanded by B C. Klec-  trlc from its present 3.000 known u capacity la 40,000 and  work is now progressing un  the projecl.  Tills was announced at lhe  Ocl. 211 celebration at Powell River ol the turning into  the new power line from Cheekye to Powell River, the hitfh  vnllaito   power   generated   <it  the Chwkyi  liitia  hy Turn Inglcdow. vice-president ,md executive engineer  ot (ho company While he did  noi slate at the lime. Clowhom  would be used M a standby  plant, [his inf.irin.iiM.n wai  gleaned from other sources al  the meeting Ii was uxplllnecl  that Clowhom could not be considered is a plant complete in  itself to Mm the area to Powell River but could be used at  peak load periods tn mainluin  projer service and In the event  breakdown elsewhere ob  the lyslei" t'iu.vlii*m wmuM  more than likely tn- able to  take Ihe load for n limited period  A marvel6u*l> in up map  fUtnii IS by IS feet on a gl<U��  rcrccn elect-i'eully lit gave tha  m'diencc a thrill as the ai.-i.-om>  lilishmtnts of BTFf were out-  i.iteil hy Mr. Ingledow Fla*.  ing lights -huwed the dircctloa  of lhe   current and where   K  At thi-; meeting, the president ul B.C, Electric, A.B.  Orauer tlchvt-red a speech before ttStl perioru m which he  outlined the growth of British  Columbia's power system under BCE control anil dwelt  un various other subjects including the economics of atomic power A partial text of his  ���pecch i- published in this iv  Thp announcement of the in-  crcone to Clowhom  was  made  Contracts let  for schools  Contra: ta totalling $210,733  have been let lor the construction of ���n.-hool accnmmodaitlun In  the Sechelt School district. It  is announced by the -vb"l  board  Thev include SlH.i Wi for a  five room iddition to the Etpinn  -1��ne high KttQOl nnd three  rooms for the Uihsons Elemen-  Ury Whool, This contract wai  awarded LIghtbnrn Conitruc-  lion  Ulmlted of Vancouver  A new two-morn school /"���  Davis Bay io cost 131.380 wai  h-l     I.)     Bnnarib    Cons  This picture "hows Reuv  Hay Weaver ol Powell Hive  gelUng nisiriitiiun- and Ot  from Vancouver to throw thi  switch that would >  the  iransmisiiun lino Standing it  A K Grauer with paper In hand  und Tliom.is Ingledow Seatai  - Harold Foley, rhiarman ul th*  board. Powell RUicr Company.  Basketball starts Friday  The itaft is all sel for Hit     gtrU will Inckto the Ex-Graafc  tn par  Lun.  d   ��� I   V-n��  High SehOOl Uaskei'bull open  er Friday night in Elph ins tone  High School gym when an eager ElphlnilOtlt (quad Will ^t*  tempi to upset Ihe Strung Lang-  lev (earn  i preliminary lhe lent  girls will  InCklO llie  Ex-Gri  from  Port  Mellon.  This  game-  will Mori u| 730 nnd the boy':  game will rtoH at H3tr.  Bnth El|ihin<d.ine sr-uaclt  have drilh.il hard for thoat  Katies Lnngley will go to pla?  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To make Ihe film, director Paul Yule flew  to America armed with the addresses and  phone numbers of a few contacts - from  artists that have been censored and their  friends to right-wing fundamentalists with an  agenda lo spread their version of family  values throughout America.  By splicing in bits of Ihe humorous American senators Jesse Helms and Alfonse  D'Amato in full righteous rage in congress,  and adding in shots of Boston comedian  Yule fails to take bis viewers  on even a brief history  of censorship  Jimmy Tingle, Yule pieced together an  amusing film that explores examples of censorship with interviews of a few visual medium artists, a musician and a couple of really  angry Christian fundamentalists lead by Rev.  Donald Wildman of the Tupelo, Mississippi  based American Family Association.  Unfortunately, Tingle is Ihe highlight of  the film, which spends far loo much time  centred on now-deceased photographer  Robert Mapplethorpe and the "seven photograph trial," when a Cincinnati art gallery  was busted for obscenity thanks to seven  photos in the Mapplethorpe collection.  Yule also touches upon music censorship  centering around Florida rappers 2-Live  Crew. Beyond that and a few mentions of  pornography, Yule fails to take his viewers  on even a brief history of censorship and why  artist's visions, whether mainstream or not,  have been censored in the past.  He does, however, hil upon the new rage  of censors which are in full bloom, like the  fundamentalist fears of homosexuality.  Damned in lhe USA was an entertaining  film, especially Tinkles' Lenny Bruce-like  slaps at how utterly silly and obtusely narrow-minded censors can be. Bul as a hardhitting documentary exploring the vast  swirling, many-sided maelstrom that censorship is - Damned in lhe USA fell a bit short.  The next film in the art centres' Films on  Tour series is Forbidden Love, airing Nov.  10.  The film is regarded as a "compelling and  humorous portrait of lesbian sexuality and  survival in the '50s and '50s."  ���-,.  �����w-*"  Mon Thaw Ht-Ft.      Tuaa. Tim. Ht-Ft     W-ad   Tlma. Ht-Ft    Thurs  Tlma, Hl-Ft  0000 3 1  0720 14 b  1245 10.4  1725 130  Fri  Tama, Ht-Ft.  0230 3.7  1010 14.7  1610 10.5  2010 11.7  0035 30  0800 14 6  1325 106  1755 12.8  3il  Tknaa Ht-Ft.  0320 4.3  1100 14.8  1720 10.0  2125 11.2  0110 3.1  0840 14.7  1415 10.7  1835 12.5  Sun   Tlmaa Ht-Ft  0415 5.1  1145 14.8  1825 9.1  2300 11.0  0150 3.3  0925 147  1505 10.7  1915 12.1  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  For Skookumchuk Narrows sdd  1 hr 40 mm plus 5 min. lor MCh tt.  ot hw and 7 min. lor aach fi. ot tall  1    "     ,":.!.,...     '"I  Tide Tables Sponsored by  Pender Harbour's Only  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Tuning in  to UHF at  Raven's  Cry  theatre  Unusually Hairy Freemasons?  Usurped Hangmen Fleeing?  'Uddlestan Hoping Forvoles?  You may be wondering whal  UHF stands for, if you've seen  posters with these letters on  them.  It stands for an evening of  enlerlainmenl al Sechelt's  Raven's Cry Theatre November  27.  lhe highly acclaimed musical  trio of Shari Ulrich, Bill Henderson and Roy Forbes, still together after a one-nighl stand at the  Vancouver Winter Roots Festival in 1989, promise lo be a  dynamic show.  In case you are, at ihis point,  silting back and wondering  where you know those names  from, it's Ihe healthy wonder-  ings of a musically nostalgic  mind.  ' Shari Ulrich cut her talented  teeth playing violin, flute, mandolin, alto sax and vocals wilh  the Pied Pumkin in the early  '70s in Vancouver and then  hopped aboard Valdy's rising  star when she joined his back-up  band, the Juno Award-winning  Hometown Band.  Since thai time, Ulrich's solo  career has earned her another  Juno and popularity wilh four  critically acclaimed albums.  Guitarist, singer, song-writer  and producer Bill Henderson  cruised the rock n roll seas as the  driving force behind Chilliwack  for over 10 years and 12 albums  and has produced works for  Long John Baldry, The Nylons  and The Rovers.  Dawson Creek's Roy (Bim)  Forbes' guitar and songwriling  have made him an underground  legend in Ihe Canadian music  sceneand he's released five  albums (wilh a six due out Ihis  year).  Showtime for Ihe Raven's  Cry concert is 8 p.m., with Ihe  doors swinging open al 7:M.  For ticket information, call  885-96.11.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  La*iw**our a-aira .1 homr with ua.  M/Animal Can  MaMftcatftafMidFoa-wanUni  Indoor PbM and Yard MainMamx  hgufarHtxoe Check or U*-t>ta Set-rice  GMISHMON 885-2228  ,^Ci^Hiitt-UWdi  WW    ItdMMiiuat  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  .-���tranches Coaet To Coaet  ^^^mjlHI^^,  T II K     SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  -*-           SUNSHINE    COAST    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  Jfe mm (Mm /^amo)  ^|||^^        I   ROYAl  TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARF RD.,  SECHF1T.  B.C.   ���   BOX 800, VON 3A0  ���  885*2261    1  UPCOMING/MEETINGS  ��  WEST HOWE SOUND  RECREATION COMMISSION  Wednesday, November 3rd at 7:30 p.m.,  Chaster House  PARKS COMMITTEE  Thursday, November 4th at 2:00 p.m.  PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMITTEE  Thursday, November 4th at 3:00 p.m.  REGULAR BOARD  MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 1, 1993  OPEN BURNING SMOKE CONTROL  CODE OF PRACTICE  PUBLIC MEETING  A public meeting with the Ministrry of Environment concerning  the Code of Practice for open burning smoke control is  scheduled for NOVEMBER 16 FROM 7*10 pm at the Sechelt  Indian Band Hall In Sechelt. For more information contact  Ministry of Environment at 1-800-665-7027.  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Please note that the contents of TW016 Gallon Garbage  Containers per week will be picked up from each premise by  the disposal contractor.  With the growing population on the coaet tome pick-up  routes mty be revised. Therefore, to ensure pick-up please  hive your containers tt curbside by 8:00 a.m.  Also to prevent littering please use suitable 16 Gallon Garbage  Containers lhat can be closed securely.  If you have more garbage that you wish the contractor to pick  up, you may purchase Garbage Tags at the Regional District  Office, Kingo Diesel or from the truck operators.  Garbage tags cost $10.00 per booklet of 10 tags. Thank you  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT SOIL REMOVAL AND DEPOSIT PERMIT  BYLAW NO. 351. 1991  TAKE NOTICE that the Sunshine Coast Regional District Intends to adopt tht following bylaw:    my other material, such as land clearing wasle, construction or other waste on potentially"  1.    "Sunshine Coast Regional Districl SOU Removal and Gerioslt Permit - hazardous lands wnMrrttw Haitlmoon Bay, Elphinslone, and Wisst Howe 8ouirt-*coii!inunl��BR:------ ���  Bylaw No 351 1991" S��" removal and deposit is to be regulated by a requirement for Soil Removal and Deposit  ���,'.,'..'.   ',   ���    ,n  .    ,���,.,,,,.,���       ,    _-_.    ���.-*,_���.   Permits under specified conditions in areas designated as "Soil Removal and Deposit Permit  It is the intent ol Ihe Sunshine Coast Regional District Soil Removal and Deposit .Permit Area$. ^ ,te fo|jZ|nfl maBS.  Bylaw No. 351,1991" to regulate the removal of soil and the dumping or placement of soil or s w '  HALFMOON BAY  SOIL REMOVAL AND DEPOSIT PERMIT AREAS  WEST HOWE SOUND  SOIL REMOVAL AND DEPOSIT PERMIT AREAS  ELPHINSTONE  SOIL REMOVAL AND DEPOSIT PERMIT AREAS  : . **yova. -i,c :e��os *  -tbuit a.tas  THIS IS ���  SCHEDULE A  t0 BYLAW 351  . SOIL REMOVAL AND DEPOSIT  =EtM'T (.<*EAS  REVISION DATE-  NOVEMBER 29. 1991  The above statement ol intent of the bylaw is not deemed to be an interpretation ol Ihe bylaw.  The bylaw may be inspected at the Regional District Office In the Royal Terraces building at  5477 Wharf Road, Sechell, B.C., during office hours namely Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m.  to 5:00 p.m. and Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from November 1st, 1993 up to  and including November 12th,1993.  Mr. L. Jardine  Sunshine Coasl Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-2261 18  Coast News, November 1,  1993  The Renovator  19years in residential construction  Repairs ��� Maintenance* Imaginative renovations  ���QUALITY WORK  Free estimates  Eric James* 885-6096  Notes for those judging the juried show  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Producta Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  did you icisro w?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.  AOIVieiONOr*  INTERIOR  ���  ROADS JK  WINTER IS COMING SOON ...  is your vehicle ready?  COASTAL ROADS are ready!  Come to our open house  SATURDAY, NOV. 6  1118 Sunshine Coast Hwy.  10:00am to 2:00pm  Staff will be on hand to answer ALL of  your questions such as de-icing  chemicals, winter sand, snow plowing  and priority routes.  Hupe U dee ijftii Ikete!  886-8243  b> Jane Seyd  This year's annual juried  show for local artists offers an  eclectic assortment of artistic  visions.  Currently showing al the  Sunshine Coasl Arts Cenlre, the  variety of works represented  feature many different kinds of  individual statement; everything  from a miniature capturing of  mood in Susan Baggio's "Sunset, Trail Islands" to Mandad's  large primary-coloured "I smell  a rat" creation in latex rubber.  Out of 76 pieces submitted  by artists, 25 pieces chosen by  juror Sally Michener are now on  display.  A variety of artistic mediums  are also represented in the show,  from traditional painting styles  to woodwork, a decorated tuxedo, and "found art" put together  with everything from beading  and bits of wire to tin openers.  In a papier mache piece  called "The Cradle", Micheline..  Larose and Georges Gamache  present an organic vessel which  could at once be the inside of a  shell, or a bowl with layers of  bark peeling back lo show the  smooth undersurface.  As a quotation incorporated  into the piece makes clear, "The  Cradle" is about processes of  uncovering as much as what's  inside.  Similar issues of how art is  revealed or constructed are  evident in other works in the  show.  poetry  One of Ihe works on display at Ihe arts centre's juried art show.  Jane Seyd photo  In Francise Desjardins' "My  Boy Through His Art" a child's  pictures of spacecraft, people,  birds and the sun become part of  the artist's portrait of the boy, so  the final result is a kind of collaboration and a reflection back  on the relationship between the  two.  Art conslructed of olher "bits  and pieces" is also evident in  work such as William  Koropatrick's mixed media  assemblage, in which elements  of jewelry, headress and medal  and Ihe nature of ritual adornment are all called up wilh the  use of coin, beads and wood.  Christel Puoss-Moorc offers  a whimsical and lyrical piece in  "Arbutus Dance" in which Ihe  sensual qualities of the smooth  amber branches and curling bark  are highlighted.  There's also a good dose of  humour in Ihe show, as evidenced by such works as Elizabeth Simpson's "Adam and Eve  (politically correct)," which  manages a wry commentary on  modern sexual politics.  Probably the most striking  piece of Ihe show, Don Jarvis's  "Red Forest Figure" is alone  worth a trip lo Ihe arts centre.  In lhat piece, a person or a  presence emerges from Ihe  forest - the dark fringe of trees  and ominous sky lilting with the  horizon - Ihe heat of it glowing  red inside a darker outline. Is it  an alien, a human - or perhaps a  human viewed from a perspective which isn't?  The local juried show runs to  Nov. 7 at the art centre.  The next show "Rugs and  Tapestries", featuring a display  of woven artwork by local  artisls, opens Nov. |0 wilh a  reception Nov. 13.  There is no way tu gauge the odd delights  There is no way lo gauge the odd delights  or all the sullen vacuums in between  we are the substance of our darks and lights  We seesaw from the nadirs to the heights  till death and neutral darkness intervene  there is no way to gauge the odd delights  We feed the grief that tragedy ignites  till joy conies slipping strangely through Ihe screen  we are the substance of our darks and lights  The lack of love may agonize our nights  the luck of love may leach us whal we mean  there is no way to gauge the odd delights  We are the givers and the parasites  we reap the consequences as we glean  we are the substance of our darks and lights  In this rigged game, the wrongs will spawn the rights  the rights, the wrongs, the fruitful years, the lean  there is no way to gauge the odd delights  we are the substance of our darks and lights.  by Peter Trower  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of Electoral Area "A" - Egmont/Pender  Harbour and Electoral Area "D" - Roberts Creek in the Sunshine Coast Regional District  that an Election by Voting is necessary to elect one Director from each of the above two  areas and the persons nominated as candidates at the Election by Voting and for whom the  votes will be received are listed below, for a three year term commencing December 1993  and terminating in December 1996, are:  DIRECTOR - Electoral Area "A" - Egmont/Pender Harbour (One person to be elected)  Surname Given Name Jurisdiction of Residence  GARRETT Stephen Electoral Area "A" - Egmont/Pender Harbour  REID Jane Electoral Area "A" - Egmont/Pender Harbour  General Voting Day will be opened on Saturday, November 20th, 1993, TO QUALIFIED.  ELECTORS OF ELECTORAL AREA "A" at the following locations:  1.  Egmont Community Hall  Egmont  2.  Pender Harbour Auto Court  Garden Bay  3.  Pender Harbour Community Hall  (rear entrance)  Madeira Park  And such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.  Curbside voting will be available for those electors with physical disabilities.  Advanced Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office,  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on  Wednesday, November 10th, 1993 and Friday, November 12th, 1993.  An Additional Advance Voting Opportunity shall be open at the Pender Harbour Community  Hall, Madeira Park, B.C. between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Friday,  November 12th, 1993.  DIRECTOR - Electoral Area "D" - Roberts Creek (One person to be elected)  Surname Given Name Jurisdiction of Residence  MCGILLIVRAY       Brett Electoral Area "D" - Roberts Creek  TOMBU Paul Electoral Area "D" - Roberts Creek  General Voting Day will be opened on Saturday, November 20th, 1993, TO QUALIFIED  ELECTORS OF ELECTORAL AREA "D" at the following location:  1.        Roberts Creek Elementary School    - 1088 Roberts Creek Road  And such voting place shall be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Curbside  voting will be available for those electors with physical disabilities.  Advanced Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office,  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on  Wednesday, November 10th, 1993 and Friday, November 12th, 1993.  The only persons permitted to vote at the Advanced Voting Opportunities are those who,  being duly qualified electors, sign a statement that:  (a) the elector expects to be absent from the voting area for which the election  is to be held on General Voting Day,  (b) or th elector, for reasons of conscience, will be unable to vote on General  Voting Day,  (c) or the elector will be unable to attend a voting place on General Voting Day  for reasons beyond his/her control,  (d) or the elector has a physical disability or is a person whose mobility is  impaired,  (e) or the elector is a candidate,  (f) or the elector is an election official.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C. this 25th day of October, 1993.  Anne Pressley  Chief Election Officer  Df MONSIMION BY MOOT BR SM, NOV, 6,10-3  Chip it. Shred it. Recycle it. ffi  Coast News Classifieds.  The People's Choice  Sunshine Coast residents choose the Coast News for their  classifieds 2 to 1 over the Press and 7 to 1 over the Leader, making  our classifieds not just the people's choice, but the smart choice. education  Coast News, November 1,  1993  19  Author! Author!  Children's book author Sigmund Brouwer explains how his  books come together to (iibsons Elementary School students  Tuesday. Brouwer offered to come and speak at the school  when the library ordered some of his works. His books  Included Dr. Drabble's Greal Inventor series, The Winds of  Light series, and The Accidental Detectives.   Joel Johnstone photo  Social Credit Party  Powell River-Sunshine Coasl Constituency Association  Leadership Vote  NOTICE OF POLL  Saturday, November 6th, 1993  PowellRIV,r Locations:  City Transler Sechelt  7095 Duncan St. N.R.S. Ollice  485*2811 5349 Wharl Sleel     Gibsons  Madeira Park 885-2235        Marine Room  Home of Mr. a Mrs. MacFarlalnc (lower rear  4837 Webb Rd. 883-9041 entrance of Library)  Between 11 -2 South Fletcher Rd.  Time: All polls will be open from 9:00 a.m.  For further Information,  call lane Sorko, President  886-7225   Fax:886-3701  6 p.m.  Presented By The Driftwood Players  Doors open at 7:30pm �� Curtain up at 8pm  FRIDAY, NOV 5  Pender Harbour  Community Hall, Madeira Park  Tickets at the door* $7.50  FRIDAY ft SATURDAY  NOVEMBER 12 ft 13  Roberts Creek Hall  Tickets it Talewind Books, Coast  Books, Creek Store and door ��� $8.50  school notes  Funding cuts hit aides  Approximately Ave teaching  assistants must be cul if the  school district hopes to balance  its budget this year.  Fewer students enrolled this  year than expected, meaning the  district's funding will be reduced  by $160,000.  That means the schools will  go $127,000 into the red unless  the teaching assistants are let go,  secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson  told the schol board. The board  discussed the problem in a closed  meeiing, and the school administration is now looking for the best  places to make the cuts.  The assistants were hired on a  very temporary basis pending the  final funding figures, Anderson  emphasized. "The people  involved knew that, and so did  the schools," he said. "At least  elphie happenings  by Kyla McDonald  For all those who are oul of  touch with school politics can  congratulate Ryan Lewis as he  is Elphie's new student body  president, vice president is  Ryanne James, Gr. 12 rep. is  Tara Matsuzaki, for gr. 11 we  see Jasmin Agnew in power,  Jonaqui Pogriba as gr. 10 rep.,  Sarah Agnew as the ruler of lhe  gr. 9 and as gr. 8 rep Desiree  Thirkell. Posilion of secretary is  being held by Tara Shepard,  Elisa Mowbray as sports director, Sarah Roberts as social  director and last but not least  Holly Lawson.  Hopefully between Ihem they  can bring aboul change for the  belter.  For all of you who missed it,  October 27 brought wilh il a  very special Hallowe'en dance,  decorations were memorable, a  great effort by the sludent council.  Spotls have also begun lo gel  underway Ihis week with volleyball already in full swing. As  well congratulations should be  given to Ryan Dempster who  was picked for Ihe Canadian  National Youlh baseball team  and carded by the Los Angeles  Dodgers.  Touch football which had  begun is now cancelled because  of lack of commitment.  However, for all girls interested in soccer there's a local  team who practises Wednesday  nights 5:30 pm al Brothers Park  and Sundays al 1:00 pm.  For all sludenis who walked  oul of school in lhe Clayoquot  arrestees walkout ihere will be  an assembly mid November in  the gym, where Ihe Clayoquot  Sound issue will be clarified.  On a last note, all students  interested in submitting articles  or photographs for an Elphinstone newspaper please place  Ihem in Jude Renaud's box. Articles can be aboul any topic in  school. Conlacl Kyla McDonald.  they've had the help in the  schools for these two months and  got everything rolling."  Condom issues  The condom machine issue  should be decided at individual  schools rather than having one  blanket policy for the district, the  school board decided Tuesday.  However, the board will provide  some overall direction on the  issue.  The decision came after consulting with parents, students,  and school staff from all three  Sunshine Coast high schools.  Trustee elections  Prime Minister Kim Campbell  gol her start in politics as a  school trustee, but her example  hasn't triggered a mad rush for  seats on the local schol board.  Four trustees have been elected  by acclamation.  The three trustees for Rural  Area 2 (Roberts Creek, Elphinstone and West Howe Sound) are  newcomer Mary Findlay and  incumbents Lynn Chapman and  Pat Stuart.  Shawn Cardinall will continue  to represent Gibsons.  Lori Dixon, who ran the  Sechelt Indian Band's preschool  for almost 20 years, also intended  to run for election in Rural Area  2. However, she was disqualified  because her nomination papers  were incomplete.  The contests for the remaining  three trustee seats promise some  lively discussions on education  issues.  Roslyn Griston and Elizabeth  Wilson are vying to represent  Rural Area t, which includes  Pender Harbour, Egmont, and  Halfmoon Bay.  fl(/��.u "Weber Presents  BUFFET DINNER & SHOW  Come & meet our young talent  contest .Dinners, both local and from Vancouver.  Illusions Bestaurant K.^op.m.  Tickets 120.00 availahlt at Taltitnnd'Book}- Stchtlt,  'Book]} & Stuff-Stchtlt, Sayward'Book)} ��� Qiisons.  DID YOU KNOW?  Communty newspaper readership has grown by  1,371,000 English adults in the past five years.  __&  MASON HILLS FE.ED SUPPLY  flow q  AtMmVii^SbeaU  j_\ ! Buck (j  Complete Line of Animal Feed.  And three candidates are competing for the two seats in  Sechelt: Jacob Knaus, David  Scott, and Amet Tuffs.  Transportation audit  The current practice of bussing  children who live close to  schools will likely be questioned  in an upcoming Ministry of Education audit, secretary-treasurer  Tim Anderson warned. However,  trustees were confident that they  can justify the bussing for safety  reasons. The district provides  . bussing for students who would  have to walk on busy roads with  1 no sidewalks.  The transportation audit  should be a positive experience,  Anderson said. "I believe this  will give us an oportunity to have  a review of our system by a well  respected expert in the field."  Retirement Income Planning  SEMINAR^  Answering important questions:    ~^((PF  ��� What income choices do I have?  ��� How do I reduce taxes to my  estate?  ��� How do I get the most from my  pensions and retirement savings?  Presented by  Lawrence K. Chambers, CLU  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1993  at Gibsons Yacht Club, 10:30 am  and at Driftwood Motor Inn, Sechelt, 2 pm  ���  Admission is free but seating is limited. Please pre-register by calling  Allison Forbes at 886-9111 between 8:30am and 12:30pm weekdays.  CHAMBERS  PLANNING   SERVICES  ���������������������������������������������������������������^  '������������YTTTT  Watch for the  '-*- S'WKEPSTAKES -^  WEEKLY DREAM TEAM STANDING UPDATES  Starting Nov. 11  in the Coast News Weekender  LOCAL GRAND PRIZE  7 day cruise  for 2 to  MEXICO!  Sponsored by: Cruise Holidays, Sechelt & Carnival Cruise Lines  WEEKLY *pizza Par*y 'rom pizza Express, Sechelt.  PRIZES   Value approx. $40.00  ��� Gift Certificate from Magic Sound Electronics, Sechelt.  Value approx $40.00  ��� plus Mystery Prizes  The Coast News  Our 48th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast 20  Coast News, November 1, 1993  leisure  Reflecting on a Coast life enjoyed ... goodbye for now  Lucy and 1 musl now say  goodbye lo the inlets. Health, age  and the attainment of certain  goals brings us lo the point where  we can now live happily wilh  changes in our lifestyle. The  passage of four score years, with  at least three score as part of the  work force of the nation, now  brings us lo that point.  Our births were a couple of  months and 160 miles apart in  1913 on farms in Saskatchewan;  mine on the rim of the  Qu'Appelle Valley near the CPR  town of Brownlee; Lucy's near a  little CNR town called Rama.  The course of years led us into  various careers; mine to trucking,  logging, flying and sales; Lucy's  into hospital services and nurses  in training home supervision.  After yean, of family responsibilities for both of us, our paths  crossed once more in the early  60s when I entered the name  voices up the inlet  Lucy Flynn in my pilot's log  book. Our Cessna amphibian had  dual controls and when Lucy  took over, she was right at home  behind Ihe wheel.  Like all farm raised folks, she  was mechanically inclined and  you'd have thought she was back  to herding a tractor. She was my  kind of gal. Needless to say, the  name Flynn graced my pilot's  log frequently unlil she earned  her wings by changing it to  Chrismas. How lucky could I get.  We did not accumulate any  great wealth over the years,  Ctrl chrisntts  depending on whal is considered  as wealth, but we are now happy,  secure and well prepared for  retirement. Our greatest joy has  been the garnering of wonderful  friends whom we enjoy each day  and watching with pride and  satisfaction the little successes of  our kids as they pursue their  careers and raise our grandchildren.  My memories go back more  lhan 70 years, so at times it is  necessary to resort to creative  non-fiction to fill in the gaps and  to organize material to provide  continuity. With computer software and other gizmos to help  me over writing hurdles, I manage lo put on a brave Iront and  find kind editors and publishers  willing to print my stuff. It's a  challenge, bul what isn't these  days?  Having critters chewing away  at vital breathing pats which  requires a pumping of the bilge  each month, is another, but we  cope and live each day for itself.  Our greatest interest at the  moment in this muddled world,  is where our country of Canada is  going after this election. Are the  leaders we elect going to be  capable of leading us out of the  present mess we are in? Musl our  children go through another  depression such as we remember  of the 30s to restore our sense of  values and security?  Will the killing going on  around the world lead us all into  Work War Three? Not pleasant  thoughts, but we do not think  President Clinton is another  Roosevelt to lead us and the  world out of this one.  Let's hope the new crew we  get in Ottawa have the skills of  the pilots who flew what we'll  call the Gimli Glider of Canada,  to bring the country to a safe  landing. It was the metrification  of Canada during the Trudeau  yeais that led to the error that ran  that aircraft out of fuel.  A mixture of old line party  policies and economic bonehead-  edness has added to the drain on  our resources, which has us sucking deep below the well head,  tapping our children's future out  of what is rapidly becoming a dry  hole.  Do we have a new breed of  politician evolving, or is history  just repeating itself? Can this so  called new breed reverse the  trend without bankrupting the  country? So many questions, so  few answers.  Reminds me of the old song  Que sera sera. I liked this one; I  asked my candidate today, tell  me, what lies ahead? Will we  have rainbows, day after day?  Here's what he said to me. Que  sera sera, whatever will be, will  be. The future's not ours to see,  Que sera sera.  Al least he was honest.  The Sunshine Coast has been  our base of operations for 30  years.  We have left for periods of  time lo pursue other careers, but  always return to our beloved  inlets to catch our breaths, renew  our energies and start afresh.  We hope all our family and  friends remaining on the Coasl  share our experience and are  treated as well.  Goodbye for now.  on the arts beet  The Art Rental Program ai  the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre  at the corner of Trail and  Medusa Avenues in Sechelt, is  one of our many successful programs.  For the last two years the  program has been under the  watchful eye of Janice McFagan  and Annele Asikainen. These  enthusiastic volunteers have  helped this program to blossom  into an outstanding outlet for  artists on the Coast. Not only do  we rent many paintings, but  many of our customers become  so attached to the art that they  end up buying Ihe work.  The program allows Ihe first  three months of rental to go  towards the purchase of Ihe  piece of art. This year we have a  new group of volunteers who  will be running this program,  Michelle Garneau-Thompson,  Carmen Slarbuch, Vicki Dearden, Doreen Hughes and Rohan-  naRae.  All sorts of new ideas are  being bandied around to promote this program even more.  We hope to encourage more  businesses to rent and display  art in their work place and individuals are most welcome to  take part.  If you wish more information on our Art Rental Program  or if you arc an artists who  would like to display your art  with us contact the aits centre at  885-5412.  Art Rental takes place on the  first Tuesday of each month in  the Music Studio at the centre.  Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 2 from  2 to 6 pm and find a work of art  you would like to take home and  enjoy for a few months.  Arts centre film  The next film to hit the circuit sent out to the Arts Centre  by the Cinematheque tour of  films Fall '93 is the 1993  National Film Board production  of Forbidden Love.  The directors, Aerlyn Weiss-  man and Lynne Fernie wet out  to change the image of lesbians,  from the butch/femme bar culture of the 50s pulp novels to  something more reflective of the  lesbian women in today's society.  By looking at the roots of the  50s attitude, the novels in which  lesbians were portrayed, and  interviewing 10 women who  were willing to 'come out of the  closet' and talk about their suppression, Weissman and Fernie  have put together a film which  met wilh rave reviews: "Utterly  honest, full of humour, and ultimately uplifting, the film  shines...", Ingrid Randoja, NOW  Magazine, Montreal.  This film will be shown at  the Arts Centre in Sechelt on  Nov. 10 at 8 pm, $5.50 at the  door.  Please join us for coffee and  cake beforehand. Doors open at  7:30 pm.  Alzheimer's  in your family?  m<'  We can help vou cope  (*! (.** Ml Of  Alzheimer  BC.  MORE TRUCK  Ford F-Series, Drive a Leader!  'Best Selling Truck in B.C.*  ���#1 Selling Truck in Canada for  27 Years  ���Larger Standard Engine than GM  ���More Towing Capacity than GM  Loaded with Standard Features!  ���Driver Side Air Bag  ���4.9 Litre EFI Engine  ���5 Speed Manual Transmission  ���Power Brakes with Rear ABS  ���AM/FM Stereo  AVAILABLE AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS BEGINNING ON OCTOBER 23,1993.  ��� Based on 1992 Compusearch registrations. Vehicle may not be exactly as shown.'Based on retail purchases of 1994 F-150 Special 4x2 Regular Cab with PEP 826A from dealer  inventory. S13.320 with cashback deducted Freight included. Excludes applicable taxes and licenses. CST is payable on full amount of purchase price before cashback  deducted. Dealer may sell for less. Limited time offer. Offer available at participating dealers to residents of British Columbia only. See dealer tor details.  British Columbia  Ford & Mercury Dealers  FORD  SOUTH CO-AST FORD WHARF RD., SECHELT ��� .885-3281 ��� MDL #5936  Coast News Classifieds ���..  They never stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622 Coast News, November 1,  1993  21  *i  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Special  mRvin your classified ad *5 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  ���mm Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1    Homes &  Property  Homes &  Property  Gibsons * frame, 775 sq. tt. 2 Halfmoon Bay, flat 1/2 acre lot,  bdrm. Lot 69x108, fenced. By across park rear school. $75,000  owner $112,500. 8B6-0498.H46cn    by owner. 274*5663. ss  View lot tor sale by owner. Blue  Grouse Fid., Davis Bay. 632*6052.  ���-  *���      M6cn  WANTED: Couple looking to buy a  home in any condition or land to  build on. 885*2203. ��45cn  1/2 acre of land, Roberts Creek,  $60,000,538*8729. ss  752 Hwy. 101, 50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house, $165,000.886*9049  ss  Excellenl location, blight, private 1  bdrm condo in Whistler. Plenty of  wtndows, large above giound sundeck. $96,000 obo. 885*5099 or  932*5859. I44cn  3/4 acre lot on Notlhwood Rd.,  Redroolls. Level and cleared.  Close to school and park. Low  S80's. 885*4150. ��43w  SNOWBIRD SPECIAll  Let me plant you in your new  home. Palm Springs area. $51,OX  ??? Some on golf course. Trudy  Greig, Broker ��� 24 yrs in business.  Village Realty, Indian Wells. Fax  619*340*3337, phone 619-340-  3337 call collect. Res. 619*346*  7189 ��45w  Most beautilul view lot in Davis  Bay, pnvate sale. 885*5895. ��46w  Sechell. $149,900* 3 bdtm. rancher, 4 appl., Electnc Plus. 885-3811.  MtW  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers ore asked to listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are complelely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care lo avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, we are  responsible only for the first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any reponsibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond the cost of the  ad itself.  Hsoh report any error UMttDfATELY  by calling IM-2622 or 115*3930  Monday lo Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements 7  Appliances 19  Autos 23  Barter & Trade 16  Bed and Breakfast 30  Births 2  Business and Home  Services 38  Business Opportunities 30  Campers 26  ChlldCare 37  Commeicial for Rent 32  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  For Sale 21  Found 11  Free 19  Furniture 20  Garage Sales 17  Heavy Equipment 22  Help Wanted 34  Home & Property 1  In Memorlam 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Marine 29  Mobile Homes 27  Motorcycles 29  Music 13  A  GREAT]  IDEA.  Obituaries ****  3  Personal  9  Pets & Livestock  12  Recreation  9  Storage  39  Thank You  6  Too Late to Classify    *W  Tiavel  Tiucks  Wanted  Wanted to Rent  Weddings &  Engagements  Woik Wanted  14  24  16  29  9  39  DROP OFF YOUB  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Franc-is Peninsula Place 88.V9-.S1  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 88.V28.I8  In Halfmoon Bay  II aft J STORE 881*8555  In Roberts Creek  ROllERTS CREEK (SENERAL STORE 885*3400  Dl ADLINE IS b:00  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  The smiling staff of the Robens Creek Genital Store  will happly take your cbnified ad, because It's one  . of our Friendly People Place Jl  Homes &  Property  3,300 sq. ft. plus double garage,  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 baths, 3 FP's, partial  view, Gibsons, $279,000. 886-  7738. #46*  $20,000 GIFT!  4 yr. old 2850 sq. tt. country style  home in prestigious area ol  Cloverdale. Reduced for immediate sale. HMiWw, 1279,900  Hurry!! Brian Jarvis Homelife 530-  4141. ��44w  1/4 ACRE  POOL, PRIVACY! $259,900!  Immac. 2600 sq. ft. home in exclusive Langley area of mature exec,  homes. Country kitchen, skylights,  gas F/P etc. Great localion, won't  last! Call Now! Brian Jarvis Home-  life 530*4141. I44w  3/4 acre lot on Norlhwood Rd.,  Redrooffs. Level and cleared.  Close to school and park, low  S80s. 885*4150. ss  6.   Personal  ART  Discover and experience your creativity in personalized painting and  drawing classes. Adults or children  welcome. 18 years experience. For  more into please call Laara  Williamson 886*0014.       ��45cn  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club. Join us  lor pot luck dinners, barbeques,  hikes, crib, dancing. Call 885*9968  or 886-8611. ��44w  Know thyself! Your life is in your  hands. Palmistry by Dometria. For  queries and appointment call 885-  0261. I47w  '���   Announcement   I 8.   Recreation  NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 11AM*  4PM, LANDING UNISEX HAIR  DESIGN t TANNING SALON.  866-3916. ��45w  Art supplies, quality and quantity.  To order call Laara Williamson  886-0014. ��4fjcn  SHIATSU AND ACCUPRESSURE  Massage lor pain and stress relief.  885*5424 alter 4 pm.       ��45cn  MARV KAY  A compiele line ol cosmetics, skin  and body care, and fragrances.  Introducing the NEW SKIN  REVIVAL SYSTEM. Mention this  ad and receive $10 otl this exciting  new product. All products not tested on animals and 100% guaranteed. Yvonne 866*4643.    ��47cn  ART (a CRAFT SALE  Sal., Nov. 27,11am*2pm, Gibsons  Legion hall, table rentals, $10.  886*7754 or 886*2796.      #45w  For sale: Van conversion. Ford  150, 1980. Good condition, low  mileage. 886*8520. tins  Retractable key case. Hida-key  case with Ford key, size 36 iean  jacket, child's T-shirt (purple). 885-  7101. ��44cn  Ladies ski jacket blue/white and  black, Dougal Park. 886*7267.  ���44w  Yellow umbrella, Hwy. 101 near  SC Trailer Park. 886-6285 to identity. I44w  Utillts  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1*361*4390  This Christinas  give a portrait...  Beautifully executed  colour pencil portraits from  your favourite photo.  Box 291,  Gibsons, VON 1V0  Delivery 64 weeks. Satisfaction  guaranleed or money refunded.  .*35  ?   Noma's  Electrolysis  Studio  * IVr-nanent it sal. remnv.l ot  unwanttat hair  a latest in enfflputerir-at  thn mol yas la bknd nwthnd.  * Ccmpli.n-i-li**'10 min.  introduction  * Certified FJectrotygbl  * Evening appointments available  * I'rivacynf home baaed studio  For appointment call 886*7756  Large level lot close to town,  glimpse of Porpoise Bay, $70,000.  791*6396. ��44w  Revenue house, 4 bdrm. bsmt.  home In Sechelt. Close to all  amenities and school, 11/2 baths,  2 F/P's, 4 appl., covered deck, 2  car carport. Presently rented at  $925/mo. $152,000. No agents.  1885*0196. ��44w  VOTE ARNET TUFFS for School  Trustee for our children's future.  685*1917. ��46w  'BEST WISHES'  Join us in giving ours and yours to  Barb and Debbie, Nov. 3, 5*9 pm.  al Axana-Dew Beauty Boutique.  #440  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  865*7883,24 hour line. tin  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  lubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885*3917. tins  New! All natural lamb, chicken dry  pet nutrition, economical. Home  delivery. 885*0554. ��46cn  Pure bred German Shepherd pup,  $100,883-2558. ��46cn  Co-op Feeds ��� Pro Form brand  available at Chamberlin Gardens.  686*9889. ��52w  Sadly outgrown Elvis Parsley, 13.3  H. Appy. P.O.A. gelding, exc.  lumper, good on roads It trails,  ttOOOobo. 886*3231.       ��45w  Davis Bay/Selma Paik, 4990 Hwy.  101, $169,000. By owner. Great  lam. home. Over 2,000 sq. ft. lully  reno. Features 3 bdrms., new  kitch. _ bath, 1 enste. New caipets  throughout, new nat. gas fum. S  wtr, heater, new roof, 2 F/P's, fin.  basmt. w/large games and tarn,  rm. Lge. private landscaped lot,  well above hwy. with peek-a-boo  view. Must be seen! 686*7513 or  1*922-6334. t44w  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek _ some view,  $135,000 firm. No agents at all!  886*4714 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdtm. home with hardwood and  slate lloor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 865*2253, no agents.      ss  Coata Rica 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, horse stables, pasture and  tropical Iruit Irees, minutes to  beaches, $22,500. Owner OSS-  SIS?, ss  f * * * <*,  FUN TO GO  BIRTHDAY PARTIES  u-JaV* Face Painting  Art Workshops  Bubbles ��� Dress-Up  Goody Bags, & Fun  Call 815-6803 to  bookyoursl  PERSONALIZED  CHRISTMa-VS CARDS  15 or mort from same ntgativt  5x7 card & envelope  $2 each  ORDF.R BV NOV. I  E*E PHOTOGRAPHY  267GoworPl Rd, Gfceom MM-5M  EAGLE RIDGE  vmWNARY H05WTAI  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  for over  10 YEARS  naxtlo Big Mac's Sechell  885-5158  Experience the Release of Tension from Polarity Therapy. It is a  touch technique which aims at the  balancing of the body's vital energy  and the release of tension. Call  Vonnie lor appointments. 883-  9853. #45w  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by  Elaine Futtwman  and Mike Allegretti  Latest Styles  Specializing In  .,�������������� a,.��� color & perms  Creek Clayworks Shid(b<Cpt^  .��������        cxp   ,���  House, Sat. and Sun., Nov. 20 &  21,10 am to 5 pm, 1738 Uockyer  Rd., Roberts Creek. 685-2395.  ��46w  Precision Cuts  years experience  1444 Gower Pt. Rd. Gibsons  lung 886-7911  Fall clean-up. Blackberries,  hedges, leaves, rubbish. Need  help moving? Man with truck. Rob  886-3822. ��45cn  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOQUE  sees Cowrtaa St., Box 1218  S-Kftaatt, BC.. VON 3A0  aeavniiFAxaas-2aee  V.n.TollFr-aa*��a4-aoie  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground seivices. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 666-  381201328-5534. ss  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $235,900.886-  0081,351-7866 after 8 pm.     ss  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Environment  Friendly P4rm      /���'  in aM Cut-in or  ,'l/f.  th. Rainbow  ...t-metrnja-m,.  Bill Wood ���  SECHELT  A  Bus. 685-29231  ^ Res. 885-5058  GRAPE DEALS  WINE MAKING CLASSES  Free classes during Ocl. end Nov.  Great savings lor class members.  Your own wine ready for Christmas. Direct importers ol California  special grape concentrate and  wine making kits. 88*0225. ��45w  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound. $1000.885*9306.  tins  STRESSED?  TRAGER6  v-T-a��- Relaxation for  Js. the body  -_-} and the mind.  886-4274  Gibsons at Sechelt Locations  Piano Tuning  m^  . repairs  e4_%' w"1"1'  K.n Dalgleish  886-2843  ELLEN BESSO   Loibermann baby grand piano,  view al Taffy's Store, Madeira Park  (next to IGA). $6000 obo. Great  Christmas gift. 885*6410 eves.  ��44w  PALLOT: Vivian Arthur James,  passed away October 23,1993 al  St. Mary's Hospital. Sechelt, BC  after a courageous battle with can*  car. Predeceased by son David,  sunned by Mary, his devoted wife  ol 59 years; daughter Mary Jean  (Ken); son Owen (Nadine): daughter-in-law Lilian; brother Laurie; 7  grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren and many relatives and great  friends. Viv was truly a greal and  loving fellow and will be sadly  missed but fondy remembered by  all who knew him. Viv's family wish  to thank Dt. B. Burlin and staff of  St. Mary's Hospital, also Dr. B.  Kassen and Dr. B. Benny of  UBC/VGH for their excellenl care  and compassion. No service by  request. In lieu ol flowers, donation  to: Branch 69, Senior Citizens,  P.O. Box 564, Sechelt, BC, VON  3A0 or: St. Mary's Auxiliary,  Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0.      144c  Thank you to the Sunshine Cab  Company lot the driver who took  methe hospital foi nothing. Thank  you again from a grateful passenger. I44C  St. Maiy's Hospital Auxiliary,  Sechelt Branch will hold its annual  bazaar on Sat., Nov. 13.1993, in  the Indian Band Hall, Irom 10 am *  1 pm. The winning ticket tor the  doll house wil be drawn. Handicrafts will be on display and foi  sale in Mariee's Window from Nov.  1 until Christmas. I45cn  WOULDN'T IT BE NICE to be at*  to make decisions and choices and  leel you had the lull partnership  and support ot your masculine and  leminine selves, as well as ol your  physical, emotional and mental  eneigies? Learn skills to create  complete inner cooperation al the  "BALANCED COMMUNICATION" workshop, at Rockwood  Centre, Nov. 29, 30 8 Dec. 1,  7:30*9:30 pm. Channeled and  facilitated by Mikha. Registration,  info: 886*6499 or 886*3663. Mikha  is also available lor channeled  guidance trom the Masters and  your Guides; psychic counselling  and tarot. 886*8499.        ��46cn  Crafts Galore is having lour Chrislmas home sales this year in Nov.  For info on time and location,  phone 885*7718,885*3380 or 686*  4039. #46cn  YOUTH DARTS  Starting Nov. 7, boys and girls  ages 13*18 Dans played at Legion  Hell Branch (140. Sunday from  2:30-5:30 pm. Registration lee. $5.  For info, phone 685-7567 days.  885*7553 eves. MScn  ALOETTE COSMETICS  ALOE VERA based Skincare and  GORGEOUS Face Colors, you  can have it all... for FREE! Inquire  how you can receive our Hostess  benefits AND $50 Bonus in  November. Call Tammy 886*9776  today, lor a Iree brochure. I45cn  NEED A TUTOR?  Experienced, qualified teacher will  tutor students in all elementary  grades. Phone 686*9162. ��46cn  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3649 or 685*4622 for help,     nc  HHmmm  \   QUALITY  f      Oflkt Services  (hereto une Gibions)  I WORDTROCESSING  t filing  a) BINDING SERVICES  \ BUCK t WHITE ' I  ���       COLOUR SCANNING ���  liASONAIUUTiS |  a    Coll Today 116*2611 I  f     Telephone tn I  mmmm  Does someone in your tamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  666*9903. 885-7464. 886*9059.  Al-Ateen 886*2565 or 885*7484.  nc  Sunshine Coaat Transition  House.  A safe place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 665*2944 Hn  Leant to play  Highland  Bagpipes  Impute lessons for allages  88t>8875  Bass Guitar - lefty bass. Fender  precision, US made, $600. Nick  686*2756. ��44w  Christmas in Arizona. Mobile home  available Dec. 15, Jan. 15. Apache  Junction (Mesa East), $650 US.  883*9410. ��44w  1000 PALMS  Calilomia. 2 bathroom. 2 bdrm.,  dbl. wide mobile home. Complelely  furn.. all ulils. incl. Goll. 2 pools,  hoi lub, lennis. SlOOO/mo US.  686*3109. ��46w  ATTENTION   _,  SUNSHINE COAST  ARTISANS  Book your space now  for the 3rd Annual  Artisans Craft Fair at  Sunnycrest Mall,  Friday, Nov. 19 and  Saturday, Nov. 20.  For information, call  Nancy at 1486-8323  Will buy used or non-working  major appliances. 685-7897J45W  Used sewing machine in good  cond. Convertible free arm preferred. 866-2163. I46cn  Used tree weights and bench  press. Cheap. Call Shane at 885-  0450 after 6 pm. ��46cn  Used oil heating tank. Jim 686-  8530. ��46cn  Five logging truck loads of firewood. 885*7567 or 865*7553.  ���45cn  1960 or up CR60-125 cc, mono-  shocked bike, good or great cond.  Phone Chris aft. 5pm. 883*9018.  MSw  Small apt. size freezer. 866*0979.  tfn  Bellinhowell cube slide projector.  886*9749. ��45cn  Moorage. 44' liveaboard, single  Large pub style sola and love seat,  senior. 683*9166. ��44cn    $400 obo. 865*9826.        ��45cn  Fishing rod - a good salt waler;   Spring-tilled chesterfield, ��� 2  sturdy enough to land those whop*  chairs, $300.865-2759 aft. 6pm.  pets' Reasonable $. Call 886*7355  lve. mess. tins  Holwheels with redlines on tires  wanted by private collector. 885*  9306. tins  ��45w  IBB5-2777  BecHtLT Gift  Shop  OPENINQ    BOON  ART* CRAFT  CDNilONMtNTB  Queen size soft bed and love  seat, $300 obo; and misc. 886-  2446. ��45cn  Used lurniture 1 misc. second  hand goods 'Castaways', Molly's  Lane, open Wed. thru Sun., 11*  4:30 686*2297 or 886-4930.   tin  Antique refinished oak bowfront  bullet, curved mirror, $700.886-  7696.  Used building materials in good  cond. t buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharl Rd.,  Sechelt. 885-6669. Recycle a  Save. tin  I am a 9-year-old spayed female  cat. I have long white hail and like  to cuddle, requires quiet lovable  home. 686*3848. #44cn  White Boxei, lem. 10 mos. old,  $200.8864120. ��44w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog t cat boarding. Experienced  dog trainer. 'Science Diet' pel  foods. 886*6566. tfn  Cheslerlield. 4 seats, autumn colors, good cond., $75.885*4666.  ���4601  CHAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chain.  TIM CLEMENT  aaa-aaia  1044 Sunwunt Wiy, Gitxaon.  <aaaaa*lta*-aaa*la*v-*  Double pedestal walnut ollice  desk, $150; Johnson metal gta  tank, $25; Merc prop, $50; 885*  5645. MScn  Oil cooking atove in good cond.  885*7554. ��44w  ORIENTAL CARPETS  New home? Redecorating? Beautilul hand-knotted Turkish carpets  lor sale. Large selection, prices  reduced. 685-7000. I46w  Good used carpeting, gold, brown,  purple, also patterned. Offers 885-  4226. I46w  5 black striped tabbies, 1/4  Siamese, 11 wks. old. 885-7714 Iv.  mess. ��44w  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Bake sale and plant sale at Welcome Beach Hall, Redioolls Rd.,  10 am Sun. Nov. 14. Table rentals  $7. 865-4590, 685-9852, 865-  3305. I45cn  TROPICAL FISH  GOLDFISH  25c and up, supplies, equipment.  886-9890. #44w  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  Fridgedaire stove, self-cleaning  oven, 2 yrs. old, $600 obo. 866-  3441. Mtol  Inglis dryer, white, good cond.,  $150 obo. Moving, must sell. 885*.  ���442  Maytag dishwasher, $250. 885-  9357between12-l,oreves.  tin  Washer t dryer, $325 obo. 886-  7089. ��46cn  Whirlpool washer, rebuill, $150;  Viking apt. size Iridge, $150;  McClary slove, $75. All in good  woiking condition. 686-9511.  MScn  Maytag coin-operated almond  washei, $279; Modern Maid black  sen-dean wall oven, $389; Hoover  white port, dryer, $199; Danby  white port, dryer, $199; Danby 12V  5 cu. ft. white fridge, $389; Kenmore 18 cu. fl. upright freezer  w/new comp., $379; Caloric countertop stove with grill 1 fan, $367;  Kenmore 30' white slove, $279;  and more! All appliances reconditioned w/warranty fmm 90 days to  2 years. Phone Bjom 885*7897 or  Comer Cupboard 885*4434. ��45w  Used Iridge and stove, $100 both;  woodstove, $50.685*9689 altei 6  pm. M5cn  Admiial ss 16.2 cu tl fridge,  almond, $575.685*9336.       ss  Apt. size Kenmore dryer, like new,  1 yr. old, $200 obo. 886*3484.  ��44w  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  St. Mary's Hospital. 865*2224.  local 60. tin  Chest freezer. $75; Kenmore  washer. $50; portable dishwasher.  $25,685-6252. #45w  Lg. ollice desk, double pedestal,  $120 obo; built-in burglar alarm  system, complete never used, cosl  $500, sell $325 obo. Moving, musl  sell. 6854889 days. ��44w  Computer portable PC, IBM compatible Zenith 163, 640K, 10  MBHD, MSDOS S, WP SS DB  software, case, $500; printer,  Hewlett-Packard Thinkjet Dot  Matrix, $250; lax module, Hayes  4800B and software, $50; modem,  2400B US Robotics external, $75.  Buy the whole package and till  train you! Nick 886*2756.   ��44w  Stokcreft white crib with mattress,  $100 obo; Evenllo Infant cat seat,  $30000.8864494. ��46w  New men's small Geoigetown winter jacket w/hood, cost $170, will  sell, $85.8834112. M6w  Lawnboy lawn mower, side tug,  $150; 4 drw. metal file cabinet,  $25; 2 ten speeds, good cond.,  $50 ea.; 69x45 almond blind, $25;  5 gal. celling latex palm, $10 gal.;  ping pong table, $50 size 9 women's roller skates, like new, $25;  Akai stereo, $100. 886*6891.146*  Bunk beds c/w mattress, near new,  $150,886*9878. Htm  Shrader fireplace insert, sxc.  cond., $175.1  BadtiatM ��� King size bedlrame,  oiled solid ash wilh walnut legs,  European style, size 78x80, 2x12  boards, 2x23x78 headboard, yellow cedar slats, beautilul, $1600.  Nick 886-2756 ��44w  Couch ��� brown leather hiback 3-  seater, Sklar-Peppler, incredibly  comfortable, newly cleaned,  $1500. Nek 886*2756.      H44w  Hide-a-bed, $100; wooden drafting  table with parallel rule, $100; black  drafting stool, $40.885*5944.  ���46cn  Super single wateibed, 3 drawers,  $175; 24' slove, woiks good,  $100,886-2509. #46w  Elmira 2100 hi-tech woodstove,  used one year, $450.8864045.  ���4601  Broadlcom, dark rose, 12x19 leet,  never used, $250.8864479.  ���4501  Shogun TV/FM antenna including  rotor and amplifier, $200. Nick  686*7474. ��46cn  Air tight heater, 28' deep x 24'  wide. As new contJtion. 886*7867.  Mtoi  York Concoid lowing machine,  used only twice. New cost $275.  Sell lor $150 lirm. 886*7736 alter 6  pm. I46cn  6 new pleated duo-fold window  shades, various sizes, honeysuckle colour, 1/2 ptice. 885-6330  eves. M6cn  12' monocrome Macintosh monitor. $175 lirm Great lor powerbook  users. Complete 3 colour screen  printing set-up, lots ol exttas, $450  obo. 8854244. st  18 It aluminum painting ladder, 1  yr. old, $250 obo. 885*9030.��46cn  Lots of things lor sale. Call us.  8654198. ��46cn  49 cm (19.5 in.) Italian Alan  Record toad bike, Campy and  Dura Ace drive train, 185 Iba., like  new, $750 lirm. 885*5474 alter 6  pm. MScn  Steamer trunk, braided rug, oak  coffee table, Jacuzzi, ber-b-q. 885-  4555. ��46cn  USED FLOATS: 5x100, 5x70 and  2 only 5x24,10 blue floatation barrels. 883*2767. ��46cn  Crib c/w mattress and bedding,  high chair, swing, car seat,  lounger, lots of exttas, as new.  685*2313. MScn  ���  ���  :  : Coast News, November 1,  1993  LHestrider treadmill, like new. 885-  2699. *45cn  Glass lop cotlee and end table.  white desk. Inglis washer S dryer,  large house plants. 666*2202.  ���45*  Fibreglass shower stall. 30* *  basin, blue, $75; stainless steel  double sink, B6'x24', $100;  playpen, folding. $10.885*7193.  ���45w  Dry seasoned firewood. Gibsons.  $120 cord. 886*7774. #45w  Sm. Iridge. $75; wood heater.  $100; Franklin fireplace. $250.  885-3835. MSw  New 3/4 length lox jacket, $950;  typewriter, $30; set of encyclopedias, $100: 45 gal. aquarium  w/light and accessories, $100;  Ikea chair and ottoman, $50.886*  4870 ask lor Heather.       t45w  70 tt. anchor chain; 25 tt. of 3 tl.  chain link lence; herring rake,  small pressuie cooker 36-cup collee perc. other sundries. 88b-  2759 alt. 6pm. M4w  46-gai aquarium, gravel, filter.  light, heater, vacuum, stand. $300.  885*5410. ��45w  New carport structure. 20x20,  sleel Irame, $450.8854168.  ��45cn  I CASH J  For used furniture and various  items, good cond. 886*3254.��45cn  Two pedestal Duncan Phite dining  suite, $1500 obo; RCA VCR 4*  head with VCR plus, $400; tramed  mirrors, RCA camcorder, $600;  Safari video light, never used,  $200; stained glass Titfany lamp,  $900:4 poster queen size water  bed. $300; Bissel steam cleaner,  $200; Electrolux vacuum, $300; 2  vanities, $200 each, salon  portable hair dryer, $200; salon  sink, $200; Telelunkin TV. $250;  Franklin Mint car collection. $400;  1980 Toyola Corona, $500; Bradford exchange collector plates,  $50 each. 8854168.       MScn  2 pee. chesterfield, light tweed,  $300; Lazy Boy space saver locker recliner (gold tone), $250 (both  recovered and in good condition);  combination dishwasher, stove  lop, oven 8 fan, all fits in space of  dishwasher, $650; 40 gal hot  water lank, $20; Tires, 2 Good  Year, 2 Sears Road Handler m/s  P185/70R14, nearly new, $150  set. 685*3360 belore 9 pm. H45cn  Microliche with s/m motor film,  $150; Bellsaw sharpening  machine, $600; small engine  parts, lot $1500; used pails and  some old saws, lot $200. 885-  5870 MScn  Firewood bucked, $45 ��� P/U load.  885*2342. <45w  Stationary elect, cut oil saw with  moveable bench - cuts 6' logs,  $100 obo; rifle Husquana 30.06 4  powei Bushnell scope; 3 Briggs t  Stratton engines. 8854352. M5w  Tiuck canopy, full size, good  cond., $300.885-4787.     M5w  TOPSOIL  Rich quality top soil by the tan-  dam dumptruck load.  Langdale -Roberta CrMk $250  Roberts Creek-Davit Bay $2 7 5  Davis Bay -Haltmoon Bay $285  While quantities last. CaH W.O.  Excavating, 1664764 or cell. ���  1*220*1526. tfns  100 amp sq. D. panel. $25:100  amp metre base, $10; 60 amp  temp, power pull. $100; two 165  R15 studded snow tires on Volvo  rims, $20; two 19575 R14 tires on  rims (Ford?), $15; 15x30 portable  insulated vinyl closet hut. $3000.  886*7815. ��5cn  Oicana, all chord organ, $75 with  music. 886*9630 ��45cn  Scuba equipment. Brooks seal  suit. $275; Sherwood Blizzard  Octopus, Stunno gauges. Tusa  BCD. Seaflex belt and ankle  weights. US divers mask t  snorkel, blades, fins, knife, gloves.  All excellenl condition. $800.885-  0876. ��44cn  Crib, car seat, high chair, stroller t  extras, good cond., $300.886*  7037. ��44w  Two display cases. 6'x4x3'. $300.  and 4 x3'x3'. $200.885*9507.  M4w  Diamond back Topanga mtn. bike.  14' chromoly wiexlras, $475;  hockey cards, all '82. most '81.  many others; O-pee-chee  mechanical drafting arm. $100;  Peugeot road bike, small Irame.  needs work. $100; motoibike. '83  XR500. $800. 866*3344 wkdays  ah 7pm. <44w  SCREENED  TOPSOIL  FORS.AIJ:  $18 per yard  plus delivery  885-9782  Dbl. dresser & mirror as new.  $115; 66D elec. lawn mower. $70;  Flymo lawn mower; 2 bird cages.  $7 ea.. exercise bike. $10; tood  Jehydrator. $30; king bed trame.  never used, $65; hair dryer, as  new, $10; IBM PC |unior compulet 6 extras. $100 8S6*251M44w  King size dressei. night lable.  headboard and water bed, exc.  cond., $450. 686*4886 alter 4:30  pm. #44w  4x8 utility trailer. 14 in. lires, $550.  885*4851 alter 6. ss  Three Monarch metric steel betted  radiais. 185 R14's. $75. 885-4503  eves. 044w  Mr. Jax & Mi. Leonard iackets.  skirts, size 12 (like new). $80/ea.  8864206. ��44w  Antique wood burning cook stove.  $600.685*3506. SS  4x8 utility trailer. 14 in. tires. $550.  685-4651 alt. 6pm. ss  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Gieen Onion Earth Station  885*5644.  ttn  GOOD HAY  HOO/Bats Delivered  Straw $4.00/bale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole oats 10c/lb  Call Between 12*1pm  885*9357  tin  92 Aeioslar XLT V6 1 owner  "People Mover ' total driving  experience1885*3281 MDL5936  1988 Escort wagon. 4 cyl. auto,  cassette, one owner 885*3281  MDL5936  '84 Ford Temp GL, 4 dr., 94,000  km. 686*9529. M6cn  1960 Honda Civic, std.. tuns well,  some rust. $500.886-3457 ��46cn  '77 Seville, very low miles, $3400.  922*7636. M6cn  Ritchey stem w/moustache handle  bars, $25. Bionaire humidifier, 2L,  like new $40. Call 886*2622, ask  for Annie. tfns  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionize! w/replaoament filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bionaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,886*9665. tfns  Full size camper frig, stove heater,  $1500 000.686*2108. SS  Tracer 4 door nolchback Under  25.000 km. Beautilul condition,  one owner $10,995 865*3281  MDL 5936  1986 Toyola 4 Runner, new tres,  H.D. bumper, $10,000 obo. 865*  4890. ��46cn  77 Monarch, 302. body in exc.  cond.. runs good. $200 obo. 886*  7212. ��45w  1962 Escort lor parts, rebuilt  engine, new exhausl, good battery  and tires. $600 obo. 865*4594  alter 6 pm. MScn  '90 Chev Lumina, 4 dr. sedan,  auto., P/B. P/S, cruise, AM/FM  cass.. as new. $8400. 885-9027  alt. 5pm. M5w  1960 Firebird, black T-Top. as is,  $1000 obo. 883*2576 eves. MSw  One owner, garage-sheltered  1964 New Yorker sedan. Excellent  cond. 886*7263. M5cn  1979 Grand Marquis, $800 or  trade for pick up. 685-7567 or 885*  7553. M5cn  '91 Isuzu Trooper, 4 cyl. auto, 4x4,  27,000 kms, 1 yr. wananty,  $14,500.8864044. MScn  1980 Ford Mustang h/b, sunrool,  slereo/tape deck, 6 cyl. auto, good  condition, $1200 obo. 8864712.  M5cn  1960 T-Bird, runs well, $450 obo.  886-7626. M4w  '53 Pontiac Chiefton, 2 dr coupe,  $2000 firm. 8864932.      M4cn  1990 Nissan Sentra 5 ap., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new front ties,  exc. cond., $6500,886-4837. ss  1985 Ford Ranger 4x4. 3' lift kit,  new trans. rebuilt V6. sunrool,  $3800000.885*7489.       M4cn  1983 Ford F250PU, 351 VB aulo.  PS/PB, ciuise control, equalizer  hilch. electric controller. 126,000  kms.. orig. paint. Outstanding  cond. $5000.883*2122.    M4w  '81 Chev 4X4. 350 V8. rebuill  trans .engine New tires, canopy,  hghtbai. 8864213. M4w  1968 Ford F150 4x4. 302. 5 spd.  canopy. Many exlias. $9.700.885*  4851 after 6. ss  72 Ford 250 p/u, 360 auto, new  tires, sportsman canopy. Solid  truck, $2200.685*7401. SS  1988 Ford F150 4X4. 302. 5 sp.,  canopy, many extras. $9700. 685-  4851 alt. 6pm. ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8864204. ss  1983 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  1988 Bronco II. 6 cyl auto. Greal mamiK, K4oo. 885*5623 aft. 6.  in snow1885*3281 MDL5936 ���  61 VW Jetta 4 dr.. 5 sp., sunrool,  $3500 obo. 886-7969. ss  1987 Tempo 4 dt., P/W, P/D/L, aii  cond., AM/FM stereo, exc. cond..  $3000.885-4054. ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900000.886*3648 ss  SuraNm Coast  Powtr Squadron  Radio Telephone Courcr  Operator's Restricted  Certificate  ���  Start: Gibsons Nov. 2  Sechelt Nov. 3  Cost $25.00  ���  Registration:  Len Lavender  886-2762  Centra Gas 885*6117  Proper radio procedures  could save your life.  1962 Mazda RX7, good cond..  '84 Toyota Van. 7 psgr. Toyota  new clutch, biakes. $3100. 666*   reliability. $4,800 obo 886*7646.  8032. ss ss  1980 Mazda RX7 5 sp., sunroof,   1951 Ford, 1 1/2 ton w/dumping  good cond.. $2100 View at M4  flat deck, $400 obo. 885*3835.  Gower PI. Rd. 886*3832.    M4w M5w  24 HOUR  TOWING  WALTS  886-9500/cel. 240*6575  1990 red Tracker with white  moulded hardtop, 4 WD, auto.,  56,000 kms., $9000.686*7992 alt.  5pm.  1983 Crown Vicloria wagon,  completely refurbished, a great  family wagon. SALE $2,495. 885-  3281.MDL5936  '91 Nissan P/U, shod box, 4 cyl., 5  sp., 63,000 kms, new tires, $7395.  886*9500. SS  72 GMC pickup, V6 auto., P/S,  good tires, reliable transportation,  good work truck, but rusty. First  $500 takes. View at Gibsons Marina. 886*7207. M4w  1965 Ford Ranger, Good MPG,  AM/FM cass., Miehellns, $3900  obo. 886*9249. M4w  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wti. drive,  aulo., looks and runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 886*7099. ss  1975 Dodge piopane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  885*7518. ss  Big block Foid piopane system  w/tank. $1000. 686*3005 Bam*  5pm. tin  17 It. Hourston, 90 hp Johnson,  new controls, steering, soil top  w/lrailer, $3000 obo. 885*4890.  ���4601  16 It. libeiglass, 85 HP outboard  with cover and trailer. $2600.886*  9127. M5cn  14 It. aluminum boat, 9.8 Meic.  trailer, exc. cond.. $1950 obo. 885*  6319. ��45w  32 It. diesel sedan trailer, exc.  West Coast cruiser, boat house  moorage avail., $95,000 even.  885*9459. M5w  19 1/2 It. Sangster inboard/outboard, runabout style, 8 It. beam.  dV, neat new canvas, some new  upholstery, new trailer with brakes,  blown engine, $4800 obo. 866-  8445. M5w  Will trade a 14 fl. aluminum boat,  motor 1 trailer t oars for a 80 or  newer 35*50 HP, Evin. or Johnson, motor must be very good.  8854249. M5w  79 LeBaron station wagon, 1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  doesn't look great, but tuns well, glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  Make an offer. 886*3540 eves. stereo, open lo reasonable offers.  ���44w 886-7800. ss  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 * 2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886*3001.  ss  28' Character Cruiser - Commind  bridge, head, galky, sleeps lour,  c/w dinghy, surveyed 1992.  > i4,noo hum.  Phone Art: BSSJ372  76 580 C Case backhoe, new  brakes, exc. cond., $16,000 obo.  685-7401. ss  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  886*7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, buckel loader,  needs some work, $3000 obo.  886*2546. ss  S4HR. TOWING  886-80*0  Parts for most makes brelji  domestic, Swhcddtk,  4 wtied drive & some do drive.  Some parts Installation  available  atMMth)  &��*  1980 Mustang, std.. good brakes.  good tres, new carb kit, runs well,  dependable transportation. $500  obo. 885*0924. tfns  1968 Nissan Micra. 2 dr.. 4 cyl.. 5  sp., 72.000 kms., mech. A-1,  $3200.885*7063. M6w  1965 Jeep Cherokee 6 cyl. auto.,  exc. cond., many extras ind. new  winter tires. $4800.886*3915.  ���46*  1962 4x4 Eagle, 2 dr., $2000.886*  3694. M4w  1986 Dodge Caravan, 5 seatet,  am/fm, good condition, $7800.  8864903. #44cn  1960 Honda Accord, silver w��d.  interior, new parts, bums a little  blue, $300 obo. 886*7311   MSw  '84 Chevette 4 cyl., auto., 2 dr.  royal blue, good shape, $950 obo.  ���46w  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine In  very good cond., sxc. for parts,  $400 obo. Call 886*2622.     tfns  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-8, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $$,600 obo.  886*7854 Mt. 5:30pm.   '     ss  .. 11        . ���''.    11  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  pkjs disc player, $6795.886*7150  ss  1984 Mazda RX-7, 78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, rriaster cylinder, front speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable J strong $5,100. Call Joel  885*5166 tins  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 8864623.  ss  CLEAROUT! Used lires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885*7167 ss  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 obo.  883*9234. ss  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tiies,  new biakes, exc. shape $3500  000886-7378 SS  77 Ford F-250, 54,000 miles,  good running cond., $1500. Paul  886-2895 alt. 6pm. tfns  79 Fold LTD, auto., PS/PB,  immaculate cond., only 73,600  kms. Neai new tires, plus snow  tiies,. etc., tellable transport,  $2500.8864451. M4cn  1970 Ford Ranchero, V8 auto.,  green, 109,000 orig. miles, runs  great, veiy dean, $1200 obo. 886*  8400. M4w  25 ft. Airstream, used In movie.  Gieal accommodation. Easy to  tow. $8500.922*7836.      MScn  1969 26.5 It. KIT 5th wheel, 2 dl.  fridge-freezer, stove w/oven, 4  burners. Ducted forced air. TV 1  radio antennae t CATV hook-up,  AM/FM stereo, 3 pee balh, queen  bed w/2 dbl. convertibles. Skylight,  dual 30 gal. piopane tanks, 16 ft  awning, $16,995. Tow vehicle also  avail. 886-7417. M6w  1968 Foid Taurus, am/lm. Ac V6. 30 IL tiavel trailer, remodelled, gas  auto/od, 4 dooi, exc. cond. $5495. stove, luinace, showei, $8500.  886-7520 01886-2111. ss    8854217. SS  1960 Font F-350 van, V8, auto,  $650 obo. 686*9127.        ��44cn  WOfTOLUMNR  KUTMUMNDSAW  , MUSKVKIWIU.  COMi TO YOUR PROPf KTY  ���   TOCuTYOUttOW.  ���H��� ����B-0a70  1992 Tauius V6 aulo. air till,  cruise airdag and more  Clearance sale price 885-3281  MDL 5936   1988 Sleller, 5 sp., 4 dr.. good  second car. $1300 obo 886*3694  M6w  77 Chevette tor parts oi repairs,  $100 000.865*7014. Il46w  1976 Zephyr Villager station  wagon, 6 cyl., auto., PS/PB, $575.  6854708. ��46w  Vou tell ut what you want.  (year make model)  wo tail you who hat it!  Dealer Pie owned Vehicles  CALL TOLL FREE  1*800-567-5535  ' -"*.*-     ���   :-, ������*   Ifaf" SatVU-t ���**���-('���  ^*Awn HtniH  1964 Dodge Caravan. 5 pass.,  exc. shape. $3800.8654217. ss  1965 Foid LTD station wagon, a/c,  no rust, good cond.. $1300 obo.  883-9290 after 5 pm. ss  1947 Packard Clipper, 4 door,  $2,500.886*3337. M4cn  Carpenters helper Double roll bar  (adjustable) Irame. Easily attaches  to any short box.(foreign/domestc)  truck, $100 obo. 8864298. M4w  Toshiba full size/full power digital  miciowave, mint cond.. $200.886-  4886 after 4:30 pm.        M4w  Colour pencil portraits liom your  favourite photo. Pets, tamily,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  Oi M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Pis. allow 64 wks. for delivery.  Satisfaction gua*tnteed or money  refunded. tfns  1969 Grand Wagoneer 4WD. VB.  auto, leather, fully loaded, trailer  pkg. low miles 885*3281  MDL5936   1979 Dodge Aspen S/W. exhaust  system new. mech. sound, primed  lor painting, 65,000 kms., $600;  600 Ib. Easy Loader boal trailer.  as new, $650 lirm. 686-2B30146w  Firebird I960, black I-lop. as is  $1000 obo. 883*2578 eves.i46cn  1990 F150 Custom 5.0L. Auto, till,  cruise, cassette. 885*3281.  MDL5936  1968 5 sp., 4 dr., red Nissan Sen*  lia, $6000 obo. 8864637.      sa  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  aulo, ac, all power, excellent condition. $4550.6864641.       ss  '89 Tiacker 4X4 convertable,  85,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 886*7556. ss  Three ton truck, flatbed with Hiab,  good mechanical condition,  $2500.686-3977 after 6 pm.i46cn  1988 Fold 150 supercab. short  box with canopy, good cond.,  $6500.8854270. M6w  1979 Ford Lariet 3/4 ton supercab,  tilt wheel, cruise control, $1500  Him. 885*2521.' M6w  1976 F250 pick-up. propane,  75,000 miles. $2600. 885*6409  leave message. ��46cn  Beater/mud racer. 1980 Chev 3/4  Ion 4X4. Body lusted oul, good  mechanically $500,666*3231.  M5w  Van-1983 GMC 3/4 ton window  van, little rust, brakes t muffler  done, clean, runs fine, $3500. Nick  886-2756. M4w  1982 GMC, no rusl. good cond.,  $2300 obo. 885*3399.       M6w  1966 Chevy van, exc. shape,  $1600 obo. 885*2084.       ��46av  1991 Explorer XLT 4X4, loaded,  42,000 kms.. showroom condition  $23,500. 886-2442 6864075. Ask  for Larry M5w  1987 F250 Fold. XLT 3/4 ton,  campei special, 6.9 diesel. exc.  cond., low mileage, asking  $12,500.886*3158 eves    M5w  1973 Chev 3 ton dump, certified til  July/94,350 cu. in. 5 spd. split on  piopane, 6 yd's aluminum box,  $6500 obo. 885*7567 ot 865-  7553. M5cn  1989 Z-71 stepside 4x4, lully  loaded, must sell. 886*7484.   ss  1962 Fold Courier, running condilion, 886-9749. M5cn  1981 Dodge Msxivan, tully  camperized, no rust, mech. sound,  very low mileage. 8854863.M4W  8 tt. Holiday campei lot full sz.  tiuck, lull sz. dbl. bed. 1 pc. metal  loot, ice box and porta-potti,  $1250.686*3175. M4w  1975 Ford school bus, piopane  engine, fully camperized, exc.  cond.. $9000 obo. 865-3962.M4W  1990 dlx. 24' motoihome A-1 condition. 886*9025. ss  Security, fenced  and lighted  Halfmoon Bay  Area,  Reservations  Taken now  885-2703  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninia.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.8864616 alt. 7 pm.    ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike tot parts $600 takes at.  886*7722 leave message,    tins  78 Harley Sportster, exc. cond.,  $3750.883*9040 Iv. mess. M4w  1950 - 45 ft. LOA Monk Til-  cabin.single671 diesel rebuilt.  hull restored, as new liom keel up.  Mahogany interior, completely  refinished, virtually all new components, beautilul, comfortable motot  yacht. Must be seen. Some linishing required. Cosmetic only, but  priced accordingly at $59,500,  which Includes material lo complete. 8654790 appt. only. M5w  1992 Gregoi welded aluminum  boat. 1993 Evinrude 30 HP outboard, elec. start, Caulkins trailer.  $6000. 685*9877 days, 885*5085  6V6S. Mow  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20*3040*50-70 HP 1992*1993  Evimudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883*2456.      tin  Reliable and responsible woiking  single mother looking to rent a 3 or  4 bdim house liom Gibsons to  HeHmoon Bay, leasonable rent.  8864552 eves. M6cn  Reliable long-lime SC couple,  seeking leasable 24 bdim affordable house to rent. Willing to  redecorate, maintain house/garden/landscape. Gibsons ��� Hall*  moon Bay. 866*2576.      ��44cn  Responsible couple needs 2 bdrm.  house, $400*$500/mo Willing lo  work in exchange lor reduced rent.  6864314. M4w  17 ft. libeiglass 90 hp Meic.  Needs some woik. $1850. 865-  4217. ss  16 fl. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800.883-  2297. ss  5 1/2 months mooiage, 40 ft slip,  includes hydto and gale key al  Jolly Roger. 866*9826.     M4cn  4 HP Evinrude O/B, $260 obo.  6854385. M4w  S-tex Loran C, $65; Mustang anti-  exposure coverall, $225; Volvo  290 leg, $2000; counter weighted  table and chaiis, $75.883*2280.  I44w  Two Chiyslet 318 inboard  engines. One requires some  rebuilding, $1000; other is in line  tunning condition, $2000. Fot  details call Buccaneei Maiina.  tin  12'x40' two bdim. mobile home,  $12,500.8654604. ��44w  Clean, 12x52 Iwo bedioom,  $15,000 obo. Ken 8B54277.M6W  New home  Now Set-up  In Family Patk  Gibsons area  To view call  686*2597,597-3322.  tin  Pad lor tent, Bonniebrook Mobile  Home Patk, avail. Nov. t,  $190/mo. 886-2887. ttn  New Homes  Fiom $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  6% down oi we will  take youi trade, cat  boat etc.  Call collect  597-3322 tfn  NewPaik  Nanaimo area  Adull community  Rents Irom $235/mo.  For info, cat  597*3322  tfn  Large private pad, 12x56 plus  12x12 addition pkis 12x18 woikshop (insulated - patio doois).  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Paik. S/F, W/D, maiket value  $23,000, must sell, $17,000. 685*  0924. tins  28 It. Unity fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  lish finder, lots (X extras. George  ss  1966 21 ft Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped lor lishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. SS  18 It. Davidson sailboal, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886*9224  ss  Baylinei 24' C/B, rebuill engine, 4  his., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886*  7255. ss  1982 Yamaha Virago 920 cc, lots  of exlras, $1295.88543B2.l44cn  Must sell, 1969 550 Triumph, original condition, $2000 obo. 885*  7072. M5cn  '83 BMW, RS-100,1000 cc, white,  beautiful shspe, lots ot extras,  $5900000.885*7492.       M5w  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000.6864746. ss  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond., 20,000 kms., $1450 obo.  885-5492. ss  Unfinished 4 bdim house, 5 appl,  Point Rd., Hopkins Landing. Avail.  Nov. 15. SBOO/mo. 263*9396.  MScn  Coiy Home ��� latge lumished  loom incl. utils, elc. Shaied  kitchen i bath., N/S Ideal lot  tradesman, $400.886*3779.<46w  Gibsons - 2 bdrm. grnd. bright,  $500 plus; also Rbts. Ck. 1 bdtm.,  attached greenhouse, shared hot  tub, short leim possible, $400  plus. Steve 8864539.      M6w  Avail, immed. Lower Gibsons, 1  bdim. gieal location and view,  $525/1110.886-7630. M6w  New, furnished oi unfurnished  suite, private entrance, sundeck,  panoramic view, neai feny, full  cable, ulil. incl. $575/mo. 886-  7394. M6cn  2 bdim (remodeled) with unfinished bsml, N/P, 517 Shaw Rd.  $70O/mo. 866*9587.        ��46cn  2 bdrm lownhouse, f/p, prime location in Gibsons. Vety dean, close  to amenities, 6 appl. Avail, immed.  $750/mo. 886421601733*7211.  ���46cn  Avail. Nov. 1, 2 bdtm, 12x68  mobile plus storage addition.  Fridge, stove, W/D, no pets. flute North Rd. $600/mo. 886-  856101 ollice. M6cn"i.u  Dec. 1, two bdtm house on view  acreage in West Sechelt. Fruit  tiees, 2 cai gaiage, $660/mo  lease. Rels. req. Please phone  '  685*9659. M5cn  SECHELT  3 bdim, 2 bath, almosl nsw, view  bungalow, 4 appis., N/S, N/P,  $80O/mo.Dec.1.885-3138.M6cn  Bacheloi cottage, Hallmoon Bay  atea, liteplace, avail. Nov. 1,  SSXVmo. 885*2703.        14601  2 bdim house, Hallmoon Bay area  w/lamily rm, w . d, recently reno*  vated, $700/mo. 885*2703. ���46cn  Lowei Gibsons, 3 Irg. bedrooms,  treplace. F/S, W/D, avaH. Nov. 1,  rets, $80Q/mo. 9484384.   M5w  Tiail Isl. Apts., West Sechelt.   '  Ocean view, latge 2 bdim., stove,  Iridge, avail. Immed., N/S, no pals.  $625/mo. 885*5143. M5w  2 bdim. condo, lumished, 5 appl.,  $5BO/mo. 8654831. M5w  2 bdim. condos foi rent, furnished,  view, $650/mo. 8854831.  MBw  26��. 1991. welded aluminum, 200  hp turbo diesel jet 400 his, work  height or taxi boat wilh coasting  license. Sell-bailing, radar, hydraulics, lire pump. Cost $70,000;  sell $45,000. 1 -947*2549 Bowen  Island. M5w  I hsve just linished rigging my  boat. Have 9 ft. oil 1/2 luel grade  hose ant) 25 ft. ol 1/2 in ID. t.^se.  buy st wholesale cost. 885-9328.  M6w  SfCMUMUM  llll.  I  M.C.M.M.C.   MNAM.S  M.AB.Y.C.   -Maiine  Surveyors and Consultants!  1975 ��� 50 HP Johnson O/B, completely stripped and inspected by  Lea Richard, $1000 installed and  guaranteed. No tank. 885*9328.  MSw  Outboard motor - 2.5 HP, rebuill  Evintude Colt Ullralite, $350. Call  foi demo. Nick 886*2756.   M4w  Dinghy ��� orange plastic Sportyak  dinghy, 8 ft.. $100. Nick 886*2756.  wfc-Mi you  pay far 2 IntortlonB  AH classifieds mat be  pre-paid beware insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in Mlfw fnt Mofldoy or Wnkmoir  EdWon. Up to 10 words; 25 wits  (or Mich addiMond word.  Ftea: lost, Found 4 Free  Svfv -f���!! ClaooHUde  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your od, selling one /tarn, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct ui to renew It  lit I lnaSaflad dsnitllnS ��� Noi omllobl, fo, commmrclol adnynlm.,  Coast News  CLASSIPIID DIADLINIf t  Man-toy UMra W**k*nd*r  ��� P.M. THURSDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 88*6-2622 Sechelt 885-3930 Coast News, November 1, 1993  23  Davis Bay, watch the cruise ship  tram Ihis executive 3 bdtm. lamily  room, hot tub, hobby craft toom,  vaulted ceiling, garden, avail, mid*  Nov. Lease, tats reg. $t200/mo.  Van. 6724516 alt. 6pm and week*  ���>*��� M5w  Avail. Nov. 1,3 bdtms.. 2 baths, 3  appl., NS/NP, w. Sechelt.  $82511110. Ev 885*5290.     M5w  2 bdtm. duplex, Davis Bay, 4 appl.,  neai school, $625.8864250,M5w  4 bdrm. house, cul-de-sac location,  uppei Gibsons, avail. Nov. 1,  $825/mo. 885*2779. M5w  2 bdrm. house Gaiden Bay. Call  Joyce 883*9449. M6w  Davis Bay near beach, modern  1600 sq. ft. 3 bdtm., 2 bath, FP,  lenced yard. 8854862.      M6w  Furnished bed sitting toom with  kitchen privileges in Hopkins Landing. $50C/mo. 886*2140.    ��44w  Sechelt. Available immediately, top  floor ol house, 4 bedrooms, close  to school and all village amenities,  ptivate back yaid, carport, lire-  place, $800/mo. Phone Derek 1-  732*1716. M5cn  2 bdtm suite, $575/bio, Lowei Gibsons, available Immediately. Large,  spacious, all fixtures and appliances white, including walls. Carpets lighl beige. Private entrance,  deck, storage and hot water tank.  Shaied laundiy, lots ol patking.  Ask lor Mamie 6614990.  MScn  Immaculate 2 bdtm. tanchei in  West Sechelt. All appliances incl.  washei t dryer, $825/mo. Phone  6864337 aft. 4 pm for appointment  to view. ttn  2 bdtm. home on Redioolls Rd.,  private, avail, immed. $750/mo.  8654452. MSw  2 bdim. mobile neai Gibsons  Plaza, quiet, $475/mo. 8654604 or  6854605. MSw  RV lor renl on sile at Langdale  Heights RV Patk. $350/mo, hydro  induded. 886*2182.        MScn  Pleasant 2 bdim giound suite,  $450,886-7400. MScn  2 bdtm main tloor ol house, 3 appl,  share W/D and hydro. Carport, l/p,  avail. Nov. 1, $750/mo. 885-7016.  MScn  Ground level 2 bdrm. suite, Welcome Woods, children 1 pets welcome, $500/mo. utils incl. 885-  6036. ��44w  3 bdim. main lloor house on quiet  cul-de-sac. F/S. 1/2 utils., Gibsons.  886*7669 aft. 7pm. M4w  2 bdtm. house, partially furnished.  $500/mo. 6854462. M4w  Houaa In Roberts Creek 1 bdrm.  plus den on acreage, avail. Nov. 1,  $695. For more into call 296-5215.  M4w  112 bdim cottages avail, immed.  N/S. N/P. Ftee use of dock and  small lishing boat. Cable included.  Rels. teq. From S400/mo. 883-  9569. tfns  New 2 bdtm condo, downtown  Sechelt, 4 appl., N/P, N/S,  S675/mo. Avail. Nov. 1.8854546.  144 en  Two 1 bdrm suites, avail. Nov. 1.  Vety clean, close to transit and  shopping In upper Gibsons.  Includes laundry. $475/mo. i  $525/mo. 886*2223.        M4cn  Centrally located condo. 2 bdtm *  den. 1 1/2 balhs, l/p, garage, 5  appliances, refs. req. Call Laurella  886*2277 of 836*9663.     I44cn  Commuters, Langdale, 2 bdrm ���  den house, 5 appl., N/S, F/P, rels.  req. 8864041. I44cn  Sechelt 1 bdim suite, brand new,  private, W/D, single professional  N/S. 885-7161 after 5 pm. M4cn  1 bdrm ��� den, view house, lowei  Gibsons. Avail. Nov. 1. $600/mo.  2714753. M4cn  Gibsons 3 bdtm bungalow with  ocean view. C/W W/W, all tight  F/P, Iridge, stove, W/D. Laige sundecks, latge gaiage, exlra parking.  Avail. Nov. 1.$900/mo. 9364863.  M4cn  Lovely large housekeeping rooms  In private suite. Renl neg., avail.  00.15.939*5466. M4w  W. Sechell, shaied accommodation, large lovely renovated basement suite. Gieal private lenced  yatd. Rent neg. Avail. Oct. 15.939-  5486 Iv. mess. ��44w  2 bdrm. side duplex, Redroolts,  $650.  2 bdrm. lower suite, Gibsons.  $575.  2 bdim. lower waterlront suite,  Hallmoon Bay, $600.  3 bdim. house, Redrooffs. $700  1 bdim. suite, Sschelt, $500  2 bdtm. lumished, Tuwanek, $500  ���     Sussex Realty  Fully furnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  trom Gibsons Yacht Club S Marina. 886-3343. tfn  Spacious modem country home,  shaied accommodation - sauna,  f/p, w/d. Rooms avail., $350425 ���  util. CaH 6684782 ot 8864014.  MScn  Two housekeeping looms. First,  $26IMtio.; second, $150/mo. 886-  0539.:-1*- MScn I  Townhouse, 1500 sq. fl., 1 1/2  balhs, shopping and schools, 5  appis, enclosed gaiage. 3 decks,  yaid, l/p, n/p. $850/mo. Avail. Dec.  1.886*9804. ���45cn  Bachekx suite, Gibsons, semi-tur-  nished, $450*10.865*6009.M5cn  2 bdrm., good area, F/P, catpott,  $550,686-7400. Mlw  Renovated 2 bdtm suite, Gibsons  Landing, $525/mo. 8854895.  ���44cn  Roberts Cieek 3 bdim. t bath,  organic gaiden, wood/elec. heat,  N/S, N/P, refs. req. SeOO/mo. 866-  9409lv. mess. *44w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  TtbHes  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-6107  3 bedroom duplex  $900/month  Dave Austin, 6(5-3295.  M4w  Shared accommodation M/F, new  2 bdrm. house. Langdale, HIS HIP.  avail, immed., $400/mo. plus utils,  professionals prel. 8864041.��46w  Single male/lemale lo share house  with other who works in camp outing week. Some furniture necessary. $350/mo. + 1/2 hydro. Avail.  Nov. 15. Lv. mess, al 8854287.  ���46*  Sandy Hook, brand new watertront  home, sandy beach, 3 bdrm., 2  bath, appl., $900/mo. ���> utils. 1*  266*3419. M5w  Ground level 2 bdtm. suite in Welcome Woods. Childien t pats welcome, $500/mo. ulils incl. 885-  6036. I44w  Watertront cabin, suit single peison, lully furnished, short teim only  ��� max. May 1994. $500/mo. plus  utils. 886*9236. M4w  Roberts Creek low bank Waterfront  pioperty, two bedrooms, $1,100  per month.  Two bedrooms, plus guesl suite ��� s  home in a private selling - on  Ocean Beach Esplanade/Bon*  niebrook,$1250.  Two bedioom house lowei Gibsons, $675/mo. plus utls.  APARTMENTS  One bedioom plus den, central  location, $600 pei month plus utilities.  Three bedioom apartment, central,  lent Includes heat and hot watei,  $625.  One bedroom apartment, central ���  tent includes heal and hot water,  $525.  Two bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot watei,  (Nov. 1), $560.  One bedroom central, view, (Nov.  1) $525 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. It. warehouse and office  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 pet month triple net.  LOWER GIBSONS  Ollice. Heal J lighl include!  $1767010.1*7364804.      M5cn  Workshop/Warahouae lor rant,  tfn  OFFICE FOR RENT  Ollice foi rent at Rockwood Centre  loi non-profit group wanting private, quiet space in a friendly, cooperative ambiance. $200 indudes  heat, light and parking. Phone 885*  2522; tin  Warehouse space for lease, 1500-  30O0sq.lt. Hwy 101, Gibsons. All  facilities avail, incl. laige loading  dock. 6854193. tfn  Small olfice, upper Gibsons. 885*  553JL ��n  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 866*  7815. tfn  Fot Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Patk, light Industrial, service commeicial, up to 2,000 sq II, 10 ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' dooi, mall exposure.  Phone 866*2663 dsys, 886*9075  eves. tin  3*1   Help Wanled  Irvines Landing marina s pub,  experienced waitresses. Contact  Wayne 683-1145. tin  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Tutors needed in Gibsons and  Rbts. Ck. lor English as a Second  Language program.  Animal lovers needed lor 2 hr.  shllts at the SPCA.  Cancer Society of BC needs volunteers to assist with their programs.  Recycling depots in Gibsons and  Sechelt need attendants. Hourly  wage paid loi lime worked.  For these and other opportunities  call The Volunteer and Information  Centre 865*5861. I42w  Pre-school music teachei, 1/2 hr.  per week. 885*2460.        MSw  Assemble light products at home.  Excel. Income, easy woik. Call loi  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ���XI.A74. tfn  Business &  Home Services  36. Work Wanted  MOUNTAIN  CITY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL.  COMMERCIAL.  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH tXINE  sx -a. sill CSS. GIBSONS VON IVO  OR 23163  QUALITY WOOOWORK  We look al all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work at an affordable price, call Ait Giesbrecht  815*337201815-7169. Hn  DOWN TO  .EARTH  Gardening Services  If t tJtnc to put your  flmten to bed.  Let us help you.  KATHRVNMUIMUI  885-3458  twnxaKcountlria)  Complete accounting services loi  construction trades. Call us at 886*  0593. M5w  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, finishing S re-finishing,  ftee estimales. 886*0167, 885-  2253. 146*  Olbioni Landing  ProfMilonal Blda.  l��IWm1lm%C*e-rmatC  Furn. office and conlertnce  room with oceanview lor rent  on a dally basis. One  unfurnlahad office available  Nov. 4. Located neai marina  and post offtce. Ful secretarial  and admin. servkaM available.  retime cell Bev etMHSVO  erleete IMI-MMftvee).  Computer Friendly  a> Custom piogiants a consulting  ��Bookkeeping 6i accounting  ��� Tax return)  ��� Excellenl references'  885*8848 phone/fax  Nancy Horvath  All types Of constiuction, renovations, quality workmanship, tail  prices. For last, free estimates, call  Don 885-3557. Refs. avail.  M4cn  I'M YOUR HANDiMAN  Poiches, Additions, Remodelling,  Scfaiiums, No job too small. Bill at  686-0380 01 24 hi. pager 1-977-  6502.8864684. tfn  GRANT REALTY LTD:  Nt-3330  tin  New Apts. on Wharl Rd. Two  bdim. with balcony, 4 appl., laundiy loom, _ security dooi,  SfJOO/mo. plus utils. Refs req. 885-  4103. M6w  3 new, permanent/long teim RV  sites now ready at Boot Hill RV  Paik, S2S0/mo. 1117 Keith Roed.1  1/2 miles up Cemetaiy Road, Gibsons. 886*9764 Ol 220*1526.  tins  Nice large watertront apt. al Secret  Cove. Yeai round, J550/mo. Call  Hayden 865*9368, hr. mess,   tin  Spacious 1 bdtm with skylight,  $500,866*7018. tin  Gibsons. 2 bdtm apt with pato 1  skylight. Utilities not ind. $550/mth.  886*7016. tfn  Immaculate 2 bdim. adult-oriented  view condo, Gibsons,. $700/mo.  Avail, immed.  NRS SECHELT REALTY  eW-9093  Woman's Rssourcss  Centra Co-ordinator  (22 hrs/wk. approx.) with flexibility  to accommodate some evening  woik. Own transportation teq'd.  Self-supervising. Experience with  women's Issues, proposal writing,  fund raising, public speaking. Community knowledge, volunieei coordination. Basic computer skills,  bookkeeping and budgei management. Good communication and  organizational skills. Lay counselling experience an asset. Send  tesume to P.O. Box 1033, Gibsons, BC VON 1 VO by Nov. 8/93.  ���������,     ,��4-|cn  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Sociely offers challenging  employment In the health caie  field. Stalling wage toi casusl  home support wotkets is S9.35-  $10.85; excellenl opportunities.  Preference will be given to those  with a Long Teim Care Aide certificate ot equivalent. Experience  working with elderly/disabled  adults an asset. Phone 885*5144  tor more information.        ��44w  We buy channel! and other exotic  mushrooms. 865-5424 aftei 4 pm.  MScn  Physiotherapy receptionist, P/T,  casual. Time and location may  vary. 685*5539. tfn  LANDSCAPE  CONSIJLTANTS  ��   Design ���'���������*���  Supervision  Management  886-3915  Help On Tits Way  Windows, gutters, cleaning, small  repaiis. etc. 886-3188.     M8cn  REROOFING- RENOVATIONS  ���REPAIRS  Reasonable piices, guaianteed  woik. 889*5696 ceHuiar, anytime.  MScn  HlUvUl CUutfbU*  a BCVCNA  am*,  MllaMM  andvukoh                  These ads appear In mora than 100 community ntwtpapars In B.C. md Yukon  25SKE- .ml raach mora fun 3 million ruttra.  AHOCU.TW \fo place an ad In thlt paper, call 886-2622 -) 669*9222.  $225:  332  14.00 eea-he-Matle-ialsnf-l  AUTO  ENGINES rebuill Irom $795  ENGINE remanulacture trom  $095. 6 months to ply. 6  Voir 120.000 warranty. Bond  Mechanical building engines  lor 28 years   8720641.88.  7 pan.   CANADA ENGINES LTD  Quality Guaranleed RebuiWs  8 Cyl Irom $995.-VS Irom  Sl.0v5.6vr. 120.000 Km lim  ileal wananly 580 1050 oil  6006653570.  12345*114 I  *va^u���y^AA*J*f��pve<l   j  F 250, 4X41. Cummin. Die* ,  ���el, Explorers. Rangers. I  Trucks.   Up lo $1500. cash I  rebate.   '0' down OAC  Payments Irom $'89'monlh  Phone Grant collect 538. ]  8*7gU>ee��r 08367,    BEOIBriE'J.FMI  Annie's Home Bod A Breaa  lasl Homecooking. Hot Tub.  Alsoceterihglospecielneeds ,  (Dietary a Physical). Host  ess: Anne Wi.be, 30511 I  Sandpiper Drive. Matsqui.  B.C V2T 5N2 Canada  (604)864.9400. 8640772     '  eUS����SS OPPORTUNITIES  DISTRIBUTORS WANTED  tor a lull line ol Iresh troien  gourmet loods This is a  unique opportunity to be pah  ol the laslest growing busi-  nesses in Canada. Informs I  ton call Dave Ward|604|273  M93 Days,   FANTASIA otters you a lu*  crallvo career selling sensual  products and lingerie through  home partes. No investment  tor stock. Cer required. 582  6a*4^jjppe6Lja7L._  Run your own PRESTIGIOUS  FASHION BUSINESS any  where in Canada Eaquisile  Allordabie, Designer Silk  Clothing Collection. Make  money now. Full or pan time  Free Inlormelion 1.600-567-  5760.   ARE VOU A Network Market  trig Prol.ssior.aP Or some*  one who loves Fashion snd  High Earnings' Call Corsim  Silk Fashion before someone  else in youi group t 800 567  5760   MUST SELL due lo death ol  Owner ��� Fishermen Supply  Whotesele Business. Cen be  based Irom any location.  Good polential Very low price.  Wior��SSi2S69Ev��ninga.  BUSINESS rent-OHALS  ADD a Little Spice! Lovely  roommates ��� Karen, Linda,  Cheryl * have oacltlng personal photos lo share Free  Into: Karen. Boi 670 GB.  Kelowne. B.C. V1V 7P4.  Achilla Pleaaal   CAREER TMeilHO  KLCSCHOOLOFINTERIOR I  Design by correspondence.  A home study course creeled  by e deslgnactioolin London.  England. Now svallable In  Canada through London Studio ot Interior Design. For  turther informelion pieese  phone or write to 1 -800-268  5524. Fea 403.276*6411.  EUPlOVMEMTOPft.  Eaporionced forestry person*  nel wonted: Development  Planning Forester; Timber  Layout Technician; Silvicul-  lure Technician; Inventory  Clessifier. Resumes to:  Silvatech Consulting Ltd. Box  ICOO.SelmonArm.B.C.VIE  ___h_tm_\m  EDUCATION  roe sals misc.  Firsl and second crop.  Straaghl Allalla ��� lop quality,  no rein. Large round bales.  $110 per ton. Wit deliver.  573-3320 or Fei 573-4614.  COMPUTERIZED TAX I  PRACTICE: Learn Income I  Ta. Preparation lecturing  basic end computer courses.  Freebrochu*e.Ca)(204)25S-  1650; Fea 1204)2646172:  Write: Jecka Institute. 902  167Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba B3B0WI,  CHEF TRAINING Fulltime.  17 Week Diploma Programs  oltenng the besl treining in  Cootung/Psalry A Dessens  Sludenl toans end |Ob place  ment. DUBRULLE FRENCH  CULINARV SCHOOL. Ven-  couver (604)738-3165 or I  8^*667-7728.   BE    A    SUCCESSFUL  WRITER ... and twite lor  money end pleasure while  teeming how. You get individual tuition Irpm professional writers on all aspecls  ot writing - romances, shon  stories, radio end TV scripts,  articles end children's stones.  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FAX:   433-  !?��5,   The Ultimete Gerdener's  Store. 1.000sot Products,  Greenhouses, Hydroponics,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 80 Pege, photo  lilled 1992 catalogue $4. refundable on order. Western  Water Farms. (10320120.  64lhAve..Langley.B.C. V3A  4P7.   HEALTH   Specialized Dietery Foods  Prepared loods. supplies A  recipes. Glulentree.diabetic,  yeest. egg. milk tree. etc.  Specific individualized products eccording lo clients'  needs. (604)864 0772,864  9400. Annie's Home Bed A  Breaklaat. 90611 Sandpiper  Drive, Matsqui, B.C V2T5N2  Canada^.  PACIFIC FORKLIFT SALES  LTD. (Esl.1972). Dozens ol  good used Forklitlseveileble.  [P.Gea, Dtesal. Electric. We  buy tool (604)5336331. Fei  (604)533-4563 Eves. Terry  Simpson (604)535.1381.  MSC.  FABRICS BY MAIL:  Swatches 6 times/year. For  Free introductory swatches  send neme and address to:  Foxglove Fabric Finders,  Depl.G.��709-ei0W.Broed-  way. Vancouver V5Z 4C9.  MOBILE HOMEa  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMESFectoryduod. -Cuslom BusT lop dollsr lor trades  Many used units aveSeble.  Noble Homes(403)447.34l4,  PARK OWNERS SPECIAL.  1 1972 1 1*1976 14' X 70  manufactured home 2 bedrooms. 1 bath. Large living  rooms. $27,500 lakes both.  Cell Homes Canade  (403)286-2468.  WHOLESALE PRICES TO  PUBLIC Allproownedhomes  reduced lo deer Prices stoning trom $9,900. No OSTII  Deelers welcome. United  Homes, Calgary, Alberto.  Phone (403)250-3636.  PERSONXL  OSTEOPOROSIS INFOR  MATION. Write us to team  about lhe Society end the condition. OSTOP, Osteoporosis  Sociely ot B.C.. Suite 11203 -  2182 West 12th Aw., Ven.  a_m_ii v~'~  ORIENTAL LADIES SEEK  correspondence with gentlemen tor friendship, marriage.  $2.00 for postage, handling  brings free intopak. The  Friendship Olfice. Boa 5248.  Station A, Colga*y,T2H 1X6.  VIDEO QAMES  MORTAL KOMBAT  SNESS75 GENESIS $70  Hundreds ol video games for  ALL systems Irom CANADIAN MAIL ORDER com*  pany. Phone or write for tree  listing. Supervision Games  Depl. 253 1857 Wesl 4th Avenue Vancouvei BCV6JIM4!  (604)737*1081. I  POETRY  POETRY CONTEST $12,000  In prizes. Possible publication. Send one original poem  20 lines or less to: National  Library 01 Poetry. Box 704  -ND. Owlngs Mills, MD  21117.  METZAPPUANOE  REPAIR  ��� Stone day sr&Tvfce  ��� Spea-ialM��|taa-t*bwlai  ��� SslatScnfcc  Hanrey  All work guaranteed  487 Piatt Rd. Gibsons 886-9959  tfonmf John Ibntnn hptfe)  RECREATION PROPERTY  B.C. Land. For Sale by  Owner, 100 Properties.  Oceenfronl, Lakefronl,  Streams, Ronchiand located  throughout BC. 1/2 Acre to  300 Acre parcels. Terms  available. Free brochure.  Niho Land a Cattle Company  433*5545.  SERVICES  Mejor ICBC motor vehicle Injury cletms- Joel A. Wener.  trial lawyer tor 24 years. Cal  tree: 1 -800-665-1138. Con.  tlngenoy tees available.  Simon, Wener S Adler.  TRAVEL  AUSTRALIA/ NEW ZEALAND < Ocl, Nov. Jan, Feb.  AUKLANDSI.I99loSt,485.  SYDNEY $1.28910 $1,599.  Frequenl flyers we book land  CallANZATravel 7347725  Toll Iree 1600*667-4329.  "EMtlMttJ^  WMm  CONSTRUCTION  NEW HOMES'RENOS  SUNDECKS'FENCES  INTERIOR ALTERATIONS.  PAINTING - REFINISHING  HUNT ENTERPRISES  886 0731  VACATION SPOTS  CATHY'S HOME CLEArlNG  - Experienced house cleaner avail*  best prices in WHis* able, reasonable rales and good  TLER. Best condo ��� hotel  rooms. Aa low aa$59/ni*Lretet9nces. 886*4680.       ��44w  .Swimming pool, Jacuzzi A  Sauna. SEA TO SKY 1*800-  667 5529.  For only $225 . GST  your classified ad can  Inovar lOOcom-  munlly newspspers  throughout B.C. and the  Yukon.  For more Inlormation  please ceil Ihis newspaper or lhe BCYCNA at  (604)669-9222.  Locks and home security, ties consultation and estimates, call Sut-  lockHomss Security 885*3557.  ���4401  CABINETREE  Plywood and sdid wood cabinets,  shell units and finishing work. Bul  locally. James McCarthy, Certified  Journeyman Cabinetmaker. 685-  3551. M6w  Journeyman mechanic with auto  and maiine seivices. Available,  with leasonable rales. 686*3805.  ���45cn  PAINTING  Call Jack lot youi painting needs  Reasonable tales, special rates fot  seniors. 8864070. I45w  RINOVATING  Get your home  looking Just like  new with  ��� New Twin Sealed  Windows  ��� Vinyl Siding  ��� Aluminum Soffits  ��� Continuous  Eavestroughs  ��� Patio Covers  or just add on a  beautiful West  Coast Solarium.  FM! ISTIMATI*  VB-IS  Tony  886-3557  HOMEOWNERS  HILM.INI  AnyJot  OOCSITMl  8864788  Seniors small plumbing repairs,  courteous guaianleed woik. Call  Richard. 886*0962. ��46cn  Drywall and taping. Quality workmanship, fait prices. For fast, ftee  estimates, call Don 885*3557.  Rels. avail. ��44cn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, dialling, fiee estimates. Refetences  available. 886*3463. Hits  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  showei panels, CSA approved.  Free eslimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. tin  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Ptunlng ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Gaiden Clean-up  Commeicial t Residential  8860180 Iv. mess  ttn  Avail, loi small drywall, taping 4  spray jobs. Experienced. Call Alan  885*7080. ��49cn  Man wilh 3/4 ton van, P/D's,  moves, price neg. 885*0554.��46w  Yaid cleanup and dump luns,  seniors discount, for app. 885-  4706. ��46w  Styled- G-vtoet S  tfp/toldleif  S1EAM CLEANING OF CAAPEt  S UPHOLStERY CAflPEl  REPAIRS S RES1RE1CHING  'FREE ESTIMATES*  Serving Powell Rivei S  Sunshine Coast  885-4648  SPOTTED OWL  CONSTRUCTION  Forming and Iraming specialists,  local rels. 865*3574.      >46cn  Local catpentet, 22 yts. experience, wanting part time work. 885-  0198. ��46cn  ANDAR DEV CORP.  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Painting, carpentry, general  repairs, quality work. Keith Wiles.  885*6272. moot  Carpet and vinyl installation. 20  yis. exp. Fiee estimales. 886-  0726. ��45cn  Clean up / dump setvice, window  washing, giounds maintenance,  etc. Man / men available. Casual  ot regular basis. Rob 886*3822.  ���4401  Honest reliable woman lor house-  cleaning. 885*3502. ��44w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yaid cleanup, light moves, odd  |obs, quick friendly seivice. 885*  9694,328*1811 cell. ��47w  Spaces still avail, tot Nine-Three*  Seven Alter School Child Care al  Si. Sari's church hall, North Rd. ��  Hwy. 101, 3-6:30pm 886-2064 or  ���7118. fn  38  Business  Opportunit  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pal cate seivice, pie-  established clientele, flexible  houis. Call Sharon 885-2226.  HONOA POWER PROOUCTS  4HUSOVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechell  Cal Doitw at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  40   Too Late  lo Classify  Lost  Black cat 1 yr old, white Ilea collar,  Hillctest Gibsons atea. Spooky.  ���44w  COOL RUNNINGS cm  One ton Iruck available lot hauling. 886*0051 or 886*0482.  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd iobs.  885*3917. tins  Man. 40. small tiuck looking lot  Odd jobs. 886-8314. ��44w  Happy Days lamily daycare,  license pending Nov. 1.0*5 yrs., 7  day/wk. Welcome Woods. Hallmoon Bay. 885-0470 Lisa Lakey.  ���4901  Drop-in or part-time babysitting,  Cedat Giove aiea, 11:30 am ��� 5  pm, Mon. lo Fri. 886*0406. ��46cn  Child care required lor 2 yr. and 7  mo. old girls. 4 days a week, slatting Dec. 6793. My home or yours.  885-9561. #46cn  Almost two, eager lo shate his  happy home with others. Comes  compiele with loving, patent mom.  Reletences. Gianthams. 886-  0026. ��46cn  LANGDALE DAYCARE  Spaces available lot Licensed  Family Daycaie. Latge, bright,  well-equipped facility with well  experienced staff. Open 6 am to For Rent  6:30 pm lo meet the needs of  woiking commuters and shift writers. 886-7648. ��46cn  Westinghouse slove, exc. cond.,  $125 obo. 886*0340.        ��46w  For Sale  Clothes dryer, $200: wash basin,  $10; hood fan, $15.886*9292.  Lots ol things for sale. Call 885-  0198 M4w  COMPUTER FOR XMAS  Tandy 1000 W 640 K ism,  enhanced keyboaid, monitor,  $200: Printei Dot Matrix, $75: lots  ol software incl, W/P, DOS, Dot**  mate, etc. All manuals, IBM comp.  640 K with 50 meg. H. drive, monitor, keyboaid, loaded w/Word Pet-  led, 5.1 DOS, $400.893-3673.  Marina  Brand new Pakma propane watei  heatei, never installed; pair of 30.5  gal. aluminum boal tanks, as new  condilion. 883-2533.        ��48w  30 It. cabin ciuiaet, twin Chrysler,  318, many exttas, needs some  work. Curiew II, mooted at Tillicum  Bay, live on boatd, $6000 obo.  885-4418 or 533*1522.       ��46w  Loving Giamma type lo caie lot  Laige, blight 1 bdrm. apt. with  view. Walk to lerry. Laundiy. Adult-  oriented, avail. Dec. 1.8864338 or  HAMMER ON  CONSTRUCTION SERVICES  Let us help you with youi project  from beginning to end. 8860593.  ���44w  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Dangei Tiee  Removal, Insuied, Guaianleed  Work. Free estimates. 885*2109.  tfn  kindergarten student, 2 afternoons 1 bdim. plus den, view house,  weekly, Halfmoon Bay area. 885* lowei Gibsons, avail. Immed.,  0168. 14501    $600/mo. 271*0753.        Mew  Avail, immed., house loi rent Davis  Bay. 3 txlrm., SaOO/mo. 964-6600  01885*5064. MSw  PLAYMATE DAVCARE  Spaces avail, in a licenced lamily  daycare incl. one space open for a  02-yr. old. Full daily schedule,  lunches and snacks piovided.  Refs. avail. Yvonne 886*4643.  ���44w  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos - school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, with  trained stall. 886*3913.     M9w  2 bdim. W/F cottage Halfmoon  Bay, avail. Dec. 1, $475/ma 885-  0553011-2660436. ��48w  Help Wanted  OVERSEAS JOBS  Excellent pay/benefits. 1st $75,000  tax tree! Hiring men/women, serious enquiries 1*504*641*12285  ext. K1239,24 hrs.  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS AND PARKS  Application for Crown Foreshore  for Private Boat Moorage  TAKE NOTICE that Raymond Walter Gall of  6391 Clematis Dr., Richmond, B.C., V7C 2J7  applies to make use of the following Crown  Land:  Location: Agamemnon Channel, described  as commencing at a post planted at the  northwest corner of Block B Lot 2527 Qroup  1, N.W.D., thence 28 metres NE, thence 20  metres SW, thence 30 metres SE, thence  NW to point of commencement.  The purpose for which the disposition is  required is a floating dock.  *yy;j..l'k SKi  L  "   I  l ).n  ��� ���/  1/  ^  '.    1 a*axah>r.i  /''  Comments concerning this application may  be made to the Senior Land Officer, 401-  4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. VSH 4M4,  Tel: 660-5500. File 2406001 - Charles  Littledale, Agent.  I 24  Coast News, November 1, 1993  ephemera  A .BAG DAY  "ONE DAV ONLY"  TUENOV2nd  SECHELT  28 Wharf Stiect ��� 885 2526  NBfff    ���    BrleJe or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Secheh _._  Ruth SSS-SS47  Gibsons  Caiole SS6-36S1  for Babies  Midge SSS-33S0  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community Programming on Coast Cable 11  Gibsons/Sechelt & Cable 10 Pender Harbour  Tuesday, November 2,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Lean and Luscious"  7:00pm: Mac. Bio. Tree Farm License  8:00pm: Forests for The Future  A tour of the Cantor seed orchard.  8:30pm: Waste Management  9:00pm: Arts Update  Wednesday, November 3,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Let's IXi Lunch"  7:00pm: Allergy & Nutrition  Dania Matiation talks with Ur. Janice Joncga  8:00pm: Canada From Every Quarter  8:15pm: Fuel Smart Challenge  8:30pm: Challenging Educational Change in S.D. #46  Maureen Clayton is the host.  Coast Cable 11 Gibsons/Sechelt  Thursday, November 4,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "From the Freezer"  a  ' - * *MMpm: Ra-reuUtm Commission  "LIVE" Phone-in  Richard Curl is Ihe host.  7:30pm: Sunshine Coasl Referenda  3 issues are put to referendum. Libraries, A Municipal hall for Sechelt and  The An.na.  Al Price is the host  8:00pm: Municipal Election Candidates  Coasl Cable 11 has offered air lime to all of thc candidates in the  upcoming municipal election. Thc programme begins with Sechell  Council, at 8:30 Gibsons Council, 8:45 School Board, 9:00 Regional  Hoard.  SPONSORED BY SOUTH COAST FORD  .-���������  ����� YEARS AGO  Sechelt's mayor Bud Koch  lias announced his decision to  seek re-election as mayor for  another iwo year term.  "The beaver have been driven away and the place is in a  mess," said Doug Roy,  spokesman for the Sechelt  Marsh Protection Society. He  was referring to the impact on  the marsh due to the building of  roads and the installing of a culvert. "I would hate to see the  marsh destroyed due to the  insensitivity of some politicians,  said Vince Bracewell, a member  of the society.  10 YEARS AGO  The sod was turned for an  addition lo the Sechelt Public  Library. A letter writer suggested a francophone society be  formed on the Sunshine Coast.  Gibsons Rugby Club hammered  Vancouver Red Lions 22 to 6.  Sechelt council wrote the Union  of BC Municipalities asking for  a guest speaker on amalgamation.  The successful $577,500 bid  for construction of a Gibsons  Harbour breakwater and for hat^i  bour dredging was lower than  expected. Cuts in schools spending due to provincial restraints  were next to be felt in nursing  services.  15 YEARS AGO  Sunshine Coast worthy, Eric  Thompson of Hopkins Landing  passed away suddenly. A man  of many parts, Thompson was a  hereditary Scottish Highland  Chief, a piper of considerable  ability, a lawyer who served  corporation and logger with the  same assiduity, a conversationalist and humanitarian.  The last surviving steam tug  on the West Coast, the S.S.  Master, visited the Sunshine  Coast. It was built in 1922 for  Lamb's Logging.  After 22 years with the village of Gibsons, works superintendent Fred Holland retired.  Well known Pender Harbour  resident, logger, Jack Rouse,  passed away.  35 YEARS AGO  More than 200 persons at the  Pender Harbour smorgasbord on  Friday night paid tribute to 14  senior citizens, pioneers of the  Pender Harbour area.  The proposed road to  Squamish has become important  to the Roberts Creek Community Association.  Sakis Terzian, who operated  the Calypso Cafe dining room at  Sechelt, passed away on Oct.  22.  4$YEARS AGO  ,���TL.    ���     ��� -      -*��- -    ��� ������    ���***��' -   *������-  ���^ I TIC' RUWIIB VIQ^el'-UI^UIl  Union marked its s��*miHiyetf  of operation. The Sechelt Board  of Trade goes on record as being  in favour of a speedier mail service.  ���J) Friday & Saturday, Nov. 5 &6  HAK-A-BILLIES  J-l j ��  0PIN SUNPgTS 12*6/ IUHCHES W0H. * HI. 112  Next General Meeting  Hon Ht*. IS  Crib  ftfdqs, Ipm  M,7pm  I  Meat Draw  bttyScliiteuyiim  &  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  Friday & Saturday, Nov. 5&6  AZULOS  BBQ$teak>  ���������m     f_\  ,6.8 pm   <gli  $8.50 ind. G.S.T. (whH* qucNtlilws lent)  LUNCH AVAIL. FROM 1 2 PM TUES. - FRI.  Next General Meeting  Wed. NOV. 17  Bingo  Tuts, 1:15 pm  Crib      CLOUD  lhun,Spm\ SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 '886-2411  *w��f�� Vr Saturday Nov. 6th  ��fJ BRITISH GUY TAWKES NIGHT  aiMNifyt a*MwwlwTMyrrMdf.  Tkbli$7^,i��*WBt,*Wb��.Dwi6f^$tf^7:10|Msi  -    .     ��������� ,;-*-;-,a ii.-., all ���,i.,,:���,,,,I!,(,.,  OPEN SUNDAYS 11-9' KITCHEN OPEN MON.- FRI. 11 - 6  Next General Meeting  Tim.my.it  Darts  MWpm\  Crib  SnUpn  Sat Meat Draw  t^Satunk/lpm  -a*a*a*a*a*-a*a*-a**aa]L  ;<:     CLIP   'N'   SAVE    >cf  CUP & SAVE    i  O BCSRles Schedule I  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      5:30 pm  11:30        7:25 M  1:15 pm    9:15  EARLS COVE-  Leave Earls Cove  6:40 am       -��*30pin  8:20 6:30  10:30 �����>���*���  12:25 pmM   ���<>.������*��� M  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  Notice Board Jft  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to Ihe event.  lAmldl^  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2  Pender Harbour Ltoneea Club invitee  you to ��� Lymar Kide A Balance Wear  Party, 7 pm, Morrieon Hall, Uona Paik.  Info: 8834233  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3  Saehelt Baa-den Club meeting, 7:30 pm,  St. Hilda'* Chuich. Harry Almond  orient* Fkmete ot Port-gel  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4  Choir Feel, 7 pm, Chatelech gym.  Featuring local elementary A high echool  choini wilh apecial goeat choir Teunami.  SUBSTANTIAL  COMPLETION  In the mailer of road  construction of  approximately 4.0  kilometers of the  Teakerne Forest  Service Road 942*  9031.01  Owner: Ministry of  Forests  Take notice lhat  substantial completion  has been given as of  October 7.1993.  Contractor: High Peak  Construction Ltd.  R.R. HI. Newton Slie  Sechelt. B.C.  VON 3A0  ��  SUBSTANTIAL COMHITION  In the matter of supply and Installation of a  multiplate corrugated, galvanized steel arch culvert  at the Hudson Creek crossing on the Sechelt/Alrport  Forest Service Road 7575. Branch 06.  Owner: Ministry of Forests  Take notice that subslaniial completion has been  given as ol September 30, 1993.  Contractor: Western Gtadall Services Ltd.  RR.��I. Bay Site, C 85  Sechcil, B.C.. VON IVO  If you're  not wearing a seat belt,  what's stopping you?  SAFETY  CHECKED  ���9 RELIANT  50 RELIANT  IS TEMPO  ���4 CHEVSIO  SS RELIANT  SS MARQUIS  ITATION WACOM  SS FORD EXP.  SS MUSTANG  51 CHEVETTE  SO VOLARE  SO CHEVETTE  7S CHEVETTE  Centurion Auto  Admiaaion by donation, all welcome.  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I  Sechat Herat! Society monthly maating,  7:30 pm, S.C. Arte Centra. Ouaet  apaakar Tom Plath, Min. of Environment.  Topic: BW/denr/rfcation - lorm, leather,  photograph. Everyone welcome.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S  SI. Mary'a Hospital AuilHary. Roberta  Creak Branch Chrtetmae Bazaar, 11 am*  1:30 pm, Roberta Craak Hal.  Pender Haibour Swap Maat, 10 am,  PH. Community Hall.  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7  St. John'a Unseat Church, Davla Bay,  preaenta an afternoon of claeeical music  by tha Coaat Conaort S gueele - muaic  director Tom Kerehew. 2 pm. Tickets 110  118 eeniore) available at Talewind Book.,  Sayward Books, and Booka A Stuff.  Ouaet artleta include Arline Collina and  membera of tha S.C. Community  Orchaatra. All preceede to S.C. SPCA.  Perpalaa Bay Prov. Pea*: Tha Return of  tie Salmon - tree guided walks to Angue  Creak, 2 pm. Maat at trailhead in day use  area, juat north of adventure playground.  Rain or ehina - pkaaae draaa for weather.  Info: 886*4642.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER I  S.C. Paaaa Oroya praeente Never  Again, 4-part film from War Ampe ol  Canada. 7:30 pm, Roberta Creek  Elementary. Ralraehmant braak. All  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I  St Mary'a Hoepltal Ancillary. Saehelt  Bianch, 1:30 pm, St. Hllda'a Church Hall.  S.C. Homo Support Society Hoepltal  Ineervice, 4:30 pm, St. Mary'a Hoepltal  boardroom.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER t)  Davla Bay/Wileon Croak Community  Aaa* Craft Fair, 10 am-2 pm, Wilaon  Creak Hall. TAblee: IS each. Into: Bin,  865-7410.  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14  Welcome Baaeb Community Aeen.  Giant Flea Market, 10 am. Table rantala  $7. Into: 885-4590,885-9852, 885-3X5.  Bninch A Feehkw Show, 10:30 am, El  Nino Saalood Houaa. Tickata $15 at  Branka'e Fashions, Quay Worka Gallery,  Workwear World, Landing Clothing Co.,  Landing General Store. Sponaorad by tha  Qlbaona Landing Merchante Aaaociatlon.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER Ii  Qlbaona Landing Merchante' Aaan  moating, 7:30 pm, Quay Worka Gallery.  All non-member merchante are welcome.  SI. Mary'a HoapHal Auxiliary Annual  General Meeting, 11 am, Sechell Legion.  Tickata S8 from Bobbla'a Shoee (Trail  Bay Mall), your branch praaldent, or  phona 685*298$. Membere A frienda  welcome - coma have a lovely lunch A  afternoon.  Canadian Cancer Society. S.C. branch  monthly maating. 1 pm, SCRD  boardroom, Royal Terraces. Sechelt.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20  Hunter gallery 5th Annual Craft Fair,  10:30 am-3.30 pm, United Church Hall,  Glaealord Rd., Lower Qlbaona. Free  admiaaion. Retreahmenta available.  MISCELLANEOUS  Rockwood Eventa: SoundWarke 'II  muaic ehowcaae Coma meat A hear S.C.  performera, inetrument buildara,  rapairare, muaic teechere and aganta.  Uee the eound booth to make your own  recording. Nov. 6, 10 am-4 pm.  Admiaaion $3. Call 885*2522 lor into or lo  book diaplay apace. Tha Joy ol  Watercolour with Qordon Munro:  claaeee will ba held Wad. A Thure.Nov. 3  A 4, 10 am-4 pm. Coat: 160. For deteias  call Rockwood, 885-2522.  Chrtetmae Crall Fair, Seniora' Centre,  Sechalt. For labia rental, contact Delia at  885*4882. 48  Sunehlne  Coaal  S.D.A.  Church  (Roberta Crack) Stop Smoking Claaeee,  Nov. 10 A 11, 14 A 18, 24 A 25. 7:30 pm.  Info: 883-2555,885-1962.  Mala Sexual ADuee Survivors who are  Interested in starting a healing/sharing  group on tha Coaat, ploaee conlacl  thsrapist Bill Hendry Cole at 885-0282.  Qroup will bo developed to fit needa of  partlcipanta. 46  Attention S.C. Artlaana: book your  apace now (or 3rd Annual Artieene Craft  Fair, Sunnycract Mall, Fri. A Sat., Nov. 19  A 20. Into: Nancy, 686*8323. 44  Qfeeone Outreach Teen Centra -due to  a lack of wkinteera, tha centra ka doaed  unlit further notice. Anyone wiehing to  volunteer and be a part of our re*  atructuring A reorganization please caH  Gordon, 886*7224. 46  Elphlnetone Pioneer Muaaum, 716  Winn Rd., acroae trom Poet Office,  Qlbaona.  Dlaplaya are  conetanlly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opening or to book a tour 686-  6232.  Perant-Tot Drop-in for parenta with children up to 5. 9:30*11:30 am at the following bcslions: Gibaona United Chuich Hall  (Mon., Tuee., Wed., Fri.): Sechell SI.  Hilda's Chuich Hall (Tuee): Wilaon Creek  Community Hall (Thura.). Into:  Community Services, 885-5861.  Sexually Transmitted Dleeeee Clinic:  Phone for appointment in Gibsons 866*  5600. Sechelt 685*5164.  Single A Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  ���886*5600.  Hospital Tour: phona St. Mary'a Hospital  switchboard, 885*2224.  MONDAYS  S.C. Braeetfeadlng Support Qroup  meeta first Monday of each month. Come  with concerne. quastlona or juel to meet  new mome Into: Laurie, 886*7600 or  Roxanne, 886-3230 48  TUESDAYS  Ail Rantala from the 8.0, Ana Centra:  flret Tueaday of aach month, 2-6 pm.  Local artwork ie available for $5-  50/montti Rental can be deducted from  purchase pnee if you decide lo buy. Local  article ere encouraged to eubmlt their  work. 52  "Living With Cancer" Support Qroup  meeta every other Tueeday, Kirkland  Centre, Devie Bay. 1 pm. Info 885*5861  or 686*8366.  Qlbaona Outreach Teen Centre gym  night. Qlbsons Elementery gym. 7:30*9  pm. through Dec. 7. Drop-In tec It.  WEDNESDAYS  Navy League Cadate. 6:30 pm, Qabeone  Legion Hall. Boya A girls aged 10-13  develop aelt-reepect A diecipline while  having fun learning nautical ekllle.  Uniforma provided. Rune Sept.-May  Annual fee: 125. Into: Mlka, 886-8236 or  Lem, 888-2569. 48  Sechalt Public Library Children's Story  Hour, 1:30-2:30 pm. For kids aged 3*5.46  THURSDAYS  IC'a Weight Loaa Support Qroup  masts afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886*  2692, and evenlnga 6:30-8:00pm, call  886-7159, at the United Church,  Glasslord Rd., Gibeona.  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm  Confidential eorvice ��� everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Info: 885*7770.  FRIDAYS  Suncoael Stroke Club: 10 am-noon  Greenecourt Hall. All atrokam or intarasl-  sd persons welcome. Into: 863*2650. 46  L  ���a-aka-aaaaalekaaBa Loast iNews, iNuvemuer i,   \iii zd  Cus  ���-\klC>  WE'RE BUILDING  After 6 years of business on  Sunshine Coast we have  moved to a  you  to stop by our spacious  Custom Carpet  showroom.  :30 am to 5 pm  flftPCT  Sm.CS & INSTRUiWON  Come and see Rene\ Robert,  David, Paul  85-3582  Across form Gibsons  Building Supplies. Convenient  and comfortable viewing of  latest designer products for you.  Bright attractive playspace for  your children while you shop.  On-staff Design Consultants to  make the most of your choices, 7 professional Installation Crews mean  service for all your Flooring, Hardwood,  or Ceramic installations  ing for new home-owners and builders ��� In-Home consultation ��� Free Blueprint service  COMMITMENT CHECKLIST  The new management & owners of Custom  Carpets, Sechelt are 100% dedicated to  building their business on service. The  checklist below is our commitment to you  the customer.  G��f Selling the right products that are  guaranteed for that area of your home or  commercial business     . ....  ST Having prompt and courteous installation  crews that respect the homeowner's property  01 A labour warranty that matches the wear  warranty of the product you purchase  Bf Supplying the manufacturer's care and  maintenance manuals and warranty cards with  all purchases  Joining our team is Robert Honey with ten years  of experience in decorating homes on the Sunshine  Coast. Robert has vast knowledge & experience  with all aspects of window coverings and will be  pleased to help you with your Interior design needs,  MONTEGO  100% Amoco Olefin  esistant & built in static protection  Reg. $16.99 sq.yd.  Sale 10.99  LUXURIOUS  10o% Stain Release Nylon  (to,. $22:35 M.Y-**  Sale $14i95 **  BUILDERS DELIGHT  100%Dupont Nylon  km.'imI Colour, Reg. $15.99 sq.yd.  Sale$11.99  sq.yd.  Jtrtee  PLEDGE  you, call our Service DsmJI   . �� sa,,8fy  which makes you-the customer-theW'l  Priority at Custom Carpet  mim  of, you have our word on it  Paul Saunders  David Wright  ���-   * ,  '  i  -t-i"  1  ._,_m_e_*_^e_m_m_me*_m*__  _m_m_t_m_m_m_te_tmm_m_^_^_^_m_^_e Coast News, November 1,  Cruise Holidays is at war with ordinary vacations,  and we're about to deliver the deciding blowl  ,   Join us in our final 5-day attack, and defeat the  I     ordinary with an EXTRAORDINARY vacation  J from Royal Caribbean Cruise Linel  Exclusive 5-Day Specials  1   Wednesday to Sunday, November 3 - 7 ONL Y!  news  I Call 885-8964.  I Or stop by:  1 Cruise Holidays  j 5517 Wharf Rd.,  SI Sechelt  t-dftltiW  Sail on a luxurious  Royal Caribbean  Cruise including  airfare! Special  stateroom upgrades,  amenities and booking  gifts tool  For best selection, call  for an appointment  todayl  Nora Stevenson of  MacMillian Bloedel  addressed the Sechelt and  District Chamber of  Commerce Wednesdsay  afternoon regarding her  company's plans for  subdividing a 317 acre Iree  farm in West Sechelt.  Nancy Moote photo  ���������������AV----*  -*^*t7.^*^.*t-.*r.-.-.-r.****iljj?/_.vz,^JS>��..-,  *-*��*-***--s>-<  ���������   .*',.:..  '    I-:-   A* '   Ai Ii ?-'.'       ' -    ���  remih^rT  Free Bruce Hardwood  Floor Clinic gMDaySale^  -������     ,       hThese free seminars  fill up quickly-Call not  886-7112  fc-ajoJEBJ  JB^vSSlSwu*  (co^ti_ic^_\oB  709 Highway 101, Gibsons  MacBlo seeks business support  by Nancy Moote  Forestry giant MacMillan Bloedel was wooing  lhe business community Wednesday al a luncheon  with ihe Sechelt Chamber of Commerce.  The company is poised to apply for rezoning to  convert their 317 acre tree farm in West Sechell  into a 1,256 unit residential development. The  meeting with the chamber was the latest in a series  of open houses and discussions MacMillan Bloedel  has held to seek public input and drum up support  for the development.  Chamber members raised concerns about how  roads, sewers, and schools will be provided, but  gave a generally positive reception to MacMillan  Bloedel spokeswoman Nora Stevenson.  The project will be sensitive to the community  and the environment, Stevenson said, not a "317  acre clearcut with houses on the hillside."  The company is proposing to build 976 single  family houses and 280 townhouse units on the site  and devote six acres to community use, which  might include a school, library, or recreation centre, Stevenson said. About 20 per cent of the land  would be left undeveloped on the steepest slopes  and along creeks, and would accommodate a sys  tem of footpaths. The lots will average less than  one eighth of an acre, which Stevenson called a  "standard suburban lot size."  Sechelt Councillor Mike Shanks, who attended  the meeting, said later that lots in Sechelt average  about one quarter of an acre, except in developments like Creekside intended for small houses and  mobile homes.  If the project goes through as planned, Stevenson told the chamber, the 3,000 new Sechelt residents will contribute about $2.4 million in property  taxes and $24 million in retail spending to the town  each year. However, she would not answer a question about the number of feet of virgin timber to be  removed from the site, saying "I don't know. We  haven't looked at the project thai closely yet."  And she would not estimate the selling price of  the lots, saying that will depend on market conditions at the time of sale.  In answer to questions from the audience,  Stevenson said the main road access will be via an  extension to Norwest Bay Road, and sewage would  be handled by Ihe Wakefield line. MacMillan  Bloedel won't build the houses, she said, but will  put in services and monitor the development.  PUBLIC NOTICE  OF EXPLANATIO  Why do so many Sunshine  Coast residents have a smile on  their face and a spring in their step?  Because they had Iheir decorating done at  Daniel's Interiors, homo of  The Mohawk Top Performers  and the outstanding protection warranty  from Mohawk.  ��� Lifetime Warranty  ��� 10 year Performance Warranty  (That's double most other warranties)  ��� 60 Day Satisfaction Guarantee  ��� Ne Nonsense Replacement Guarantee  So - If you want a smile on your face  spring by Daniel's Interiors today.  Parents argue to keep  French instruction  by Nancy Moote  Disturbed by the loss of a  teaching assistant for two classes  of French speaking students at  Sechelt Elementary School, a  group of parents petitioned the  school board Tuesday night.  "We think the quality of our  children's education may be  being jeopardized,"  Daniel Tardif told        the board.  The students are  pari of Program  Cadre, which provides for Ihe children  of  French education needs  'I think it is  clear that our  children's  speaking parents to  be educated in their  own      language.  There are 20 chil-       dren in the kindergarten to grade three class, and  18 in grades four through seven.  With such a range of ages, Tardif  said, "the lack of a teacher assistant creates havoc in the classroom."  The program had a teaching  assistant last year, when there  were eight fewer students in the  program, the parents charged.  Bul according lo Tim Anderson,  secretary-treasurer for the school  district, the program hasn't really  been cut because the assistant  was replaced by a half-time  teacher. "There were three bodies last year, and there's still  three bodies this year," he said.  The board promised to meel  with the parents soon to discuss  the situation.  Program Cadre is federally  funded, and the money should  provide 1.65 teaching assistants  for the 38 students, Tardif said:  But the school is using that  money for other special education needs instead, he charged.  "I think it is clear that our  children's education needs are  also special," Tardif       said. "What is unjust  in our eyes is that  the Program Cadre  budget money  appears to have been  used elsewhere."  One parent told  Ihe board a number  of   the   Program  are also special'  -Daniel Tardif Cadre sludents"need  '" special assistance.  "That seems to have  not been considered," she said.  "We don't understand that."  Another parent compared the  Program Cadre situation to thai  of the Sechelt Indian Band,  which is questioning how the  school districl is spending the  extra funding it gets for native  students.  Unlike French Immersion,  Program Cadre is protected by  law, Tardif explained later.  "Under the Charter of Rights,  you have a right lo education in  your language."  The parents said they're upset  because they have to argue this  issue wilh Ihe board every year.  But Tardif added, "We don't  want to make a big issue, we jusl  wanl a teaching assistant."  ENTER OOORPR��"R*" LOWDU .  SUPERSHAPE      885-2818  HAIR at TANNING STUDIO  5860 COWRIE ST., SECHELT  .���REGULAR DISCOUNTS OO NOT APPLY AOAINST SALE SERVICES .  a  _t_,_^_t_^_tt___m_t_M


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